Keep Calm and Co-Act On!
All across the UK, the Coronavirus pandemic is still having a strong impact on day to day life with updated restrictions implementing another set of complicated and often confusing rules. In times of such uncertainty, we’ve made it our goal to keep calm and co-act on with a positive mindset.
As we continue to journey through these unusual times, perseverance and positivity is going to be crucial for not just our business, but many others who are hoping for continued success. It is also important for our personal well being because actually everything starts there! With that in mind, here are a few things that we have done to encourage our team and remain positive throughout the pandemic:
Embracing the technology…and tea!
Back in March 2020 when the whole UK was forced into lockdown overnight, our Founder Paul introduced tea calls (held virtually of course) where the team could chat over a cuppa for half an hour twice a week. This proved to be a vital ingredient in our virtual office well being; so much so that it has adapted into our office life too.
Getting together and giving back
We’re also really enjoying holding our Cotswolds Salesforce User Group Events virtually too and just last month, we donated over £100 for children’s bereavement charity Winston’s Wish as a thank you to everyone who took the time to join us and spread some positivity in our local community.
Supporting Gary in the #Autumn100
One of our most positive stories however is sure to inspire you to persevere with whatever life throws at you…and to be more active.
Our very own Gary Freeman has been persevering in a regular (almost gruelling) training regime as he prepares to challenge himself to reach 100 miles in less than 28hrs in the World’s Marathons #Autumn100 race on 10th October.
Gary’s inspiring overall mission is to inspire others to be more active and spend more time in nature that’s why with each step, he has committed himself to support two local charities.
Gary is really passionate about being healthy and spending time in nature and chose to support Move More, who are dedicated to helping children get more active as well as the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust who help to maintain our natural environment.
You can help Gary reach his goal and show your support for two fantastic charities by donating here.
What have you been doing to persevere and carry on in these times of uncertainty? Connect with us on social media and share your experiences.