Three tips to reduce fear

Did you know that the fear of coronavirus is changing our psychology? It’s driving us to be more conformist and tribalistic; our moral judgements are becoming harsher and our social attitudes more conservative. We’re afraid, so we’re holding on to what we know to survive.

We don’t have to let fear define us! We can’t control what’s going on around us, but we can control what’s going on within us. This is where you hold the power.

Inspired by Marie Kondo‘s art of decluttering, think “your mind is like your house”. YOU decide what goes in. Products, services, people, news and social media – it’s up to you.

Try this:


💡Create your personal motto: What do you want to create in your mental house? Hope? Joy? Optimism? Put that sign on the door!

💡Filter: Based on your motto, choose what you consume and whom you interact with and check it aligns with your personal motto.

💡Spark joy: Share joy and hope to create a ripple effect of optimism.


Marie Kondo says ‘In essence, tidying ought to be restoring balance among people, their possessions, and the house they live in.’ Are you ready to exercise your power?

Where Corporate meets Wellness is when you actively clean your mental house, filter what you consume, and spark joy in the world.


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