With much of the economy shut down and many ordered to work from home around the world, the rapid pace of modern life has ground to a halt in dramatic fashion in 2020. Experienced professionals have suddenly adapted to new routines as they spend more time with families and less time commuting. At the same time, many have lost entire livelihoods that have taken years of personal sacrifice and investment. For better or worse, many have already realised that life cannot and should not be the same again.
The shock of this dramatic and seismic shift provides its own list of challenges and opportunities. Now, more than ever exists a unique chance for people to reset their priorities, reappraising what motivates them without the rigid framework of obligations that have characterised 21st-century life.
However, such drastic reinvention is not easy. A personal or professional epiphany is only the first step in a long and difficult transformational journey. Even with a firm end goal in mind, maintaining focus and stamina can be exhausting without taking the right steps.
The Financial Times, in partnership with i-Coach, present this webinar session that will examine the ways in which the confines of the pandemic can be utilised to master the art of self-renewal.