You need not worry, there is always a bright light at the end of every tunnel.
What good can come out from this bad?
First of all, the crises has created new needs – which you can solve
Remember a few months ago, when most companies opposed remote working? That meant there was a limited marketplace for tools to support remote workers, which is why there were so few options like Zoom. That’s how progress goes. “Opposition leads to smaller markets, which in turn reduces investment by innovators,” says Robert D. Atkinson, president of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation.
But now, everything has changed. You need not worry.
This virus scrambled the way we live and work, and created all sorts of new marketplaces. More remote workers means there’s a need for a wider variety of videoconferencing and workflow systems — and a new wave of startups can rise to offer solutions. More internet usage means there’s a strain on our digital infrastructure, which could lead to massive new investments in cloud computing, digital processing, and more. And this isn’t limited to tech. New healthcare needs have already given rise to a ton of new solutions, for example, and surely many more will come.
Secondly, the crises have changed the rules – for the better
Before COVID-19, you couldn’t talk to your doctor over Zoom or FaceTime. Now you can. Why? Because the law was changed.
There are dozens of examples like this — rapid rule changes that made life easier for everyone. As a result, businesses have been able to serve customers in new ways, and companies have been able to innovate new solutions.
Hope this helped.