Personal Growth

I’ll Take My Post-Pandemic Self For $400 Please

Ryan Fahey
The Road to Wellness

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Photo by Jessica Lewis on Unsplash

I’d be lying if I said living through the pandemic was easy. It was like living in a bottomless dark pool of unknowns while the walls I was swimming toward continued drifting further away. While on the outside, we had lots of privileges during this time. I still kept my job, and I was able to make ends meet. Keeping the financial ruin dogs away is one thing, but life still remained a challenge on many levels.

One of the challenges that arose early on in pandemic living was how people were going to connect. How was I going to really connect with people? Communication was everywhere, but a lack of true connection was a real concern bubbling under the surface.

In an effort to raise awareness around this issue, I wrote about it in my best-selling book — How To Thrive In Remote Working Environments. Other groups, such as Thrive Global, also shared knowledge products and social media bytes around it as well. It seemed apparent that the issue of a lack of real connection was a chasm that needed to be closed. But how?

Coming out of the pandemic, I’ve been blessed to travel all across Canada from Yukon to Prince Edward Island, and one thing I’ve noticed is that connection starvation has led to a reset in child development, competency development, and an erosion of…

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Ryan Fahey
The Road to Wellness

Amazon Best-Selling Author | Consultant | Speaker | X: @Wellnessrf | Latest book — https://www.faheyconsulting.org/books