We are in week 6 of the Coronavirus pandemic in the US. Zoom meetings have exploded in popularity. People are attending 1, 2, even 3 meetings a day. From the time the pandemic broke out and the country shut down Erik has been bombarded with invitations to Zoom meetings. He attended many of them that first week as he was trying to gather information on what was going on, what the government loans were about, and what he should do next. But, after that first week he really scaled back on attending these. He felt he got the information that he needed in those first several meetings and then decided to take that information and put it into action.
Many people are still attending numerous Zoom meetings a day and listening to the same information over and over again. However, they are failing to do the most important thing which is to take action. They are waiting to learn all the facts and analyze their next move and that’s leaving them paralyzed with fear.
Erik’s advice is to scale back on the Zoom meetings unless there is a clear objective and information you seek to gain from it. Instead take action. Put into practice everything you’ve been learning that will help you and your business.