A couple of weeks ago, I found myself developing a scratchy throat. Then, I had the chills pretty bad one day. Finally, the next day it hit me. I had muscle aches and was feeling flush.

The good news is it seems to have been a cold. Phew! I noticed, though, that I worried about the perceptions of others. At first, I didn’t want people to know I was sick.

My anxiety is natural, yet it only adds to the stress of being sick. Make it safe for others to talk about how they’re feeling. They’re more likely to do what’s right to ensure their safety and yours. Talking about how they’re feeling will ease some of the anxiety, which will help them recover sooner.

Supporting each other does make a difference. It’s what teams do.

You’ve got this.

Building Great Teams

Building Great Teams

When you subscribe to this series, you will receive valuable information and insights from Mike about what it takes to build great teams. You are free to unsubscribe anytime!

You have Successfully Subscribed!


How-to Guide for

Having an Impact

I want to help you improve the world around you in some small way every day. Enter your name and email address, and I'll send you my how-to guide so you can have a positive impact every day.


Subscribe to lists

The how-to guide to having an impact is on its way!

Share This