How Great Leaders Reinvent After a Significant Setback

As we met over Zoom, my coaching client told me that his business was down 75% since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. I could relate to his predicament; I too knew what it was like to lose a significant amount of business.  

Anyone in this position would feel understandably insecure about the future of his or her business; what surprised me about this man was his steadfast demeanor.  

“Your team and company has had so much success in the past, only to find the company in a state of decline with no end in sight. How is it that you are calm and speaking about a brighter future? What gives you that confidence?” I asked.

“It gives me an opportunity to not simply rebuild what we had, but to reinvent it. How exciting is that?” he responded.

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