When major change occur, we need to find new ways to center ourselves, to find a renewed understanding of who we are in the new context or realities we find ourselves. Taking care of yourself has never been this imperative.
I think we all foresee that within the current context we find ourselves in, we need to identify the skills gaps in our armor of skills required to cope and thrive within our new work and life context. We need to identify the NEW skills we will need to be trained in to fulfill our current responsibilities.
You could either be comfortable in your current income generation approach (job) and be satisfied with the current realities. Or you could be realistic by being pro-active and prepare yourself to be part of the reality. Preparing yourself for the changes in work does not imply you need to quit your current job. It might simply imply that you become more aware of your current contribution to your company’s requirements, your attitude, your ability to apply your skills and knowledge in a different way to be creative, problem-solving, and innovation. This might even give your current employer the insurance that you need to be in the team they take into the new way of doing business.