With information overload, it's easy for valid information to get lost in the noise. In this video, learn how to break through the noise and better source information from the experts.
- I know a lot of us are hearing … all sorts of voices on the coronavirus. … Should we be skeptical, … should we believe the experts? … Believe the experts in this case. … Now it's true, … experts are not always right about everything, … but in this case following the people that run the CDC … and infectious disease departments, … we should pay attention to what they're doing. … And in fact, they're not just pulling stuff … out of their hats. … We can look around the world and see what happened in China, … what happened in Italy, and in France, … in Germany, and so on. … And we're ahead of the curve, … but if we don't get on it right away, … then we won't flatten the curve, as they say, … and that could lead to catastrophe. … So in this case, follow the experts. … Read the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, … and channels on television and the internet … that are vetted, they have editors, they have fact-checkers. … You know, those are the sources we should be following. … …
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- Adopting an approach to manage uncertainty
- Identifying resistance to change
- Developing tools for self-care
- Distinguishing fact from fiction
- Building decision-making skills
- Identifying how stress is handled
- Developing methods for communication
- Finding a new rhythm
- Evaluating personal finances
- Gaining new perspectives
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Embracing the Change Around You
2. Understanding What Is Going On
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3. Managing Stress
4. Evaluating the Financial Impact
5. Adjusting Your Approach
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