Episode 28: How To Survive The Coronavirus Hysteria

When you hear the word pandemic, what's the first thing that goes through your mind? Is it mass hysteria? Is a world war three? Is it people killing each other at the grocery store? Or is it riots breaking out all over the world leading to pandemonium?

In today's episode we're going to talk about mass hysteria surrounding this new virus that is on the tip of everyone's tongue. We're going to talk about media fueled hysteria and how it benefits the media agency.

But we are also going to talk about how to behave responsibly. We're going to talk about practical prevention and how to act like a mature adult. We're going to talk about self care and looking out for those around us. We're also going to discuss how to prevent putting ourselves in a worse situation by a temporary scenario.

In short, most people are overreacting to the Coronavirus. The government is actually responding swiftly and through the use of a public private partnership, businesses are joining together all over this country to provide testing and treatment to any one being affected. Not only that, legislation is being worked out to provide compensation for those are affected by the sickness.

You do not need to panic. You do not need to buy eight cases of toilet paper. You do not need to suddenly become a doomsday preparation expert. You do not need to worry, and you do not need to live inside a plastic bubble.

Listen to this episode, take appropriate action and live your life in the most happy and productive way possible. Take care of your loved ones and be willing to lend a helping hand when the world needs it most!

This podcast is dedicated to becoming the best at what you do. It's about being the best at work, at home, at a party or on the field. We're going tackle the things that few people talk about. Topics like self-education, etiquette and relationship building will be explored in a way that you can put into action!

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