TEN TOUGH TIME TIPS REVIEW
- Pages – 25
- Words – 4 230.
- Time – 16 minutes (Read about 250 words per minute.)
Tough times look as though they are here to stay. I took ten pages out of my Winning Hearts and Minds book and converted them into this colourful booklet. Once the pictures have been added, the book comes to 25 pages. These tips also appear in my Lockdown booklet, but I changed the content slightly. They can also be found at the end of the ‘Q Factor’ booklet.
There is a saying that shares that tough times never last, but tough people do. The world has always been a bit of a mess. How many people have been killed in wars and died from starvation? Crime and diseases cause millions of deaths every year. Every day about 150 000 people die. I am not sure how many of these are natural deaths. Unemployment is on the increase and millions of people are taking massive strain. I decided to design and develop Alan Glover Online, as I do not think that my business will survive. Travel restrictions and social distancing has resulted in me having to change my business strategy.
The ten tough time tips are not complex. I always believe in keeping things simple and understandable. It is obviously more challenging to put them into practice. My first tip is on mental toughness. This is vital and is needed to lay a solid foundation. Two other useful tips that you will discover, are to live one day at a time and to think of others who are worse off. Finding a meaningful project during tough times, can also be helpful. I have worked for 68 days on my online project.
If you invest in this colourful booklet, you will discover all ten tough time tips. Make a small and wise investment. The benefits are worth much more than the small investment. I feel certain that you will find the booklet meaningful, interesting and helpful. All of the best as you navigate the future storms.