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These unprecedented times have led to the emergence of various mental health problems such as stress, depression, and anxiety in many people, especially those who are in an economic crunch. These inspirational quotes will work as a mental tonic.
3. “Hopefully, as companies give more attention to the importance of work-life balance, more and more people will be in a better position to decide and act more holistically on what’s important to them.”-Mohamed El-Erian
4. “Technology now allows people to connect anytime, anywhere, to anyone in the world, from almost any device. This is dramatically changing the way people work, facilitating 24/7 collaboration with colleagues who are dispersed across time zones, countries, and continents.” .Michael Dell-
7. "Often when you think you're at the end of something, you're at the beginning of something else.-"Marie Curie
8. “What you don’t do determines what you can do.”-Tim Ferriss
11.“The current coronavirus crisis continues to have a significant impact on the economy, employment, and people’s lives in general. And, as many meetings are now conducted on Zoom, Skype, or some other cloud-based video conferencing service, it is even having a psychological impact for those fortunate enough to be employed.”
- Cindy Ann Peterson.
12 “We are, or will be, going through the most radical transformation the world has ever seen; people are justly terrified, excited, depressed, heartbroken and hopeful, all at once.”-Heather Marsh
13. “Hang in there, as better times are ahead"-Steven Magee
14.“The world needs huge positive energy to fight against the negative forces. Go to the center of your inner begin and generate that positive energy for the welfare of humanity.” - Amit Ray, World Peace: The Voice of a Mountain Bird
15. “Many people put their jobs first and their lives second during the COVID-19 pandemic.”
- Steven Magee
Updated on1st September 2020
A World Health Organization survey of 105 countries shows that 90% have experienced disruption to their health services as a result of the coronavirus, with low- and middle-income countries the most affected."