What Will Be Your Quarantine Narrative?

Have you found yourself in a funk while you’re in quarantine?

Be the best version of yourself and get back on your feet emotionally, physically, spiritually, and financially. 

Here are 5 ways to create your own perfect quarantine narrative:

  1. Be grateful.

Appreciate all the incredible essential frontline workers who bravely and selflessly continue to work for others, such as healthcare providers, law enforcement, military, other first responders, truckers, grocery store employees, delivery people, and all the other essential services that helped us through that time.

  1. Take care of yourself.

Exercise regularly. Focus on your nutrition by improving your eating habits and eliminating bad habits.

  1. Rekindle old relationships.

Make sure everyone important to you knows how much you cared for them and appreciate them.

  1. Discover new passions in your life.

Start doing things you’ve always dreamed of doing whether it’s yoga, meditation, painting, or whatever that is.

  1. Be really present with the people around you.

Being in the moment with people important to you is way more gratifying than having your face buried into a digital device. Create new traditions to connect you with your family deeper. 

  1. Seek to learn every day.

Consume from podcasts, videos, articles, and books a few hours of your day. 

I challenge you to make this pause. This time could be the best thing that has ever happened to you. It is a gift if you choose it to be. Therefore, make this your finest hour.

For more information and resources on how to weather the COVID-19 crisis as a leader, check out The Customer Service Revolution podcast. If you’d like to listen, head over to Episode 001: What Will Be Your Quarantine Narrative?

About The Author

John DiJulius

John R. DiJulius is a best-selling author, consultant, keynote speaker and President of The DiJulius Group, the leading Customer experience consulting firm in the nation. He blogs on Customer experience trends and best practices.