As a human, I'm sure you've been affected by COVID-19 (also known as novel coronavirus) in some way.
Whether that means worrying about parents, changing travel plans, or stocking up on essentials to work from home for the foreseeable future, it's hard to not feel the stress.
As a small business owner, you may be seeing fewer customers as people limit social interaction, change travel, and leisure plans, and focus on staying healthy rather than on shopping for products and services. If you want to know more about the COVID-19 then you can visit www.covid19india.org/.
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Unless you sell toilet paper or hand sanitizer, you may be concerned about the impact of the coronavirus on your small business; your revenue, employees, and empty marketing funnel.
The World Health Organization has declared coronavirus a global pandemic, and it's a very uncertain time. However, I'm a firm believer in focusing on what we can do and change while finding the opportunities amidst adversity.
I know we are living in troubling times. The virus and how the global economy is responding to the preventative measures being placed is something that will go down in the history books.
But as business owners, there is one thing we do still have control over, and that's the ability to be resilient and make choices that will get us through these times as best possible.