Seeing Out May
Well, as promised, I am continuing my run of end-of-month round-ups and it is now the end of month of May. I am quite pleased because I am within the month that I am blogging about – but, that is also a downside; it has been very quiet, too quiet.
Lock Down life has made a lot of people question their priorities and motivations for doing business. If anything, it seems as if people are talking about working for themselves, as opposed to working for their own business.
It seems a subtle yet seismic paradigm shift in that people are taking more account for their responsibilities and putting their work ethic second to Happiness.
I appreciate there is no directly quantifiable measure for Happiness – but, I think that after people have been faced with the Coronavirus Pandemic, they are more worried for the welfare of themselves and their fellow workers.
I am not claiming that the planets are aligning, Bill & Ted style – just that public care and public welfare have dominated the headlines recently. It will hopefully leave a mark on the collective psyche of the nation. I do doubt that there will be less ego-driven consumerism. But it is worth holding out for…