Communicated Uncertainty – The Path to Contentment
June 1, 2020, The Writ, “Millennial Minute”
As I sit down to write this article, my thoughts race. As I attempt to isolate an idea, a topic interesting to my peers, co-workers and judges alike, I struggle to find a subject that is relevant, yet not overly publicized. I reflect upon various conversations, experiences, struggles and stories I have heard over the past few months. The end result, a single isolated feeling, uncertainty. Uncertainty about what the future holds and how to feel, react and deal with it.
As Nevadans near the end of Phase 1 reopening plans, we are uncertain about what Phase 2 reopening plans will look like, how businesses will implement them and how we and other fellow Nevadans will receive and respond to them. Are there additional phases past Phases 1 & 2, and if so, how many? How long will it be until life returns to normal? will life ever return to normal and do you want it to? To read the entire article click here.
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