A definition of endurance – is the ability or strength to continue or last, especially despite fatigue, stress, or other adverse conditions. This period of uncertainty is currently challenging the economic and social frameworks that most people, whatever their line of work, are familiar with.
At this juncture many companies are in the process of streamlining their operational activities. That includes temporary closures of facilities including another round of workers receiving lay off notices or reduced hours of work. The salaries of workers are also being cut.
Governments have stepped in are providing assistance that is being rolled out as quickly as possible. As the present situation continues to unfold – endurance is an absolute necessity. Now is the time to continue to preserve through the adverse conditions.
It is the time when staying power is required to sort through the remnants of what remains as building blocks for what is emerging and has yet to become apparent. It is the time when individuals and the general society in which we live must gather our collective strength and continue despite the fatigue, stress, and ever-present uncertainty.
Marie-Helene Sakowski, Transitioning Change – firstname.lastname@example.org