We made it through March, can you believe it?! 

What a difficult month. I moved, started a new job, and oh yeah…Covid-19. UGH!  I hope that your April is off to a good start, all things considered. TBH, some folks are thriving. My oldest daughter is an introvert through and through and while she’s a tad bored, she’s not too bothered by it all. My youngest on the other hand is extroverted and really struggling. I can relate!

I read the most interesting article the other day. It talked about the physiological reason why most of us are unable to focus right now. If I can find the article again, I’ll share it. Nonetheless, it helped explain to me why it takes me so long to write anything, why I keep forgetting what I”m doing while I’m in the middle of doing it, and it helped normalize my stressed out brain right now. It also helps me help my coaching clients because I know more about what they need in terms of accountability, guidance, and structure. You can put yourself into your client’s shoes and help them live happier, healthier lives right now. Here are some content ideas to consider:

Help them create structure in their day:

  • Consider creating a downloadable checklist or worksheet to help your current clients and followers create structure in their day. Structure helps them stay focused and accountable.
  • Write an article about why/how structure can help them reduce stress and navigate this current time in a healthier way.

Create a plan for when this is over:

We’re not going to be in this situation forever. Give your audience something to plan for by helping them see their future after Covid-19. You might do this with:

  • A journaling exercise, 
  • A goal setting worksheet, 
  • Or even something as simple as a list of Things to Do Once The Pandemic is Over (with ideas on how to start now).

Get Them Involved:

Ask your readers and audience to share stories, tips, and personal insight about what they’re doing right now to cope. Create a compilation of the best snippets and share it as a blog post, on social, and in your email newsletter. Your audience is looking for ways to engage and provide value, give them an outlet.

Provide Resources:

Finally, like I mentioned earlier in the week, provide resources. For example, you might share your top five links to the best budget friendly primal casserole recipes or your favorite online shopping services or the best Facebook groups to join right now. I really like the idea of sharing top calming, informative, or funny Instagram pages. 

 And as always, if you have any thoughts or questions or you just want to say “hi” please feel free to share, comment, or drop me a line. 

 Take good care!

Annette

Finally, like I mentioned earlier in the week, provide resources. For example, you might share your top five links to the best budget friendly primal casserole recipes or your favorite online shopping services or the best Facebook groups to join right now. 

 

And as always, if you have any thoughts or questions or you just want to say “hi” please feel free to share, comment, or drop me a line. 

 

Take good care!

Annette

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