Today, I have the pleasure of talking with fellow mastermind, Cory Boatright. We talk about the COVID-19 pandemic and what it means to the health of the world and to the economy as a whole.
Cory talks about some important practical things you can do with your company and your team whether they are in the office panicking or if they are working from home and panicking. We are in the midst of a storm but we can weather it together if we remember to be safe, be healthy, and take this seriously.
00:23 – Introduction
01:10 – Cory on COVID-19 and the economy
05:51 – How do we lead in the midst of a storm
08:10 – Practical things you can do with your organization
13:58 – Summary of important key points
15:45 – Assets and opportunities
24:45 – COVID-19, a regular flu or worse?
30:00 – Shelter in place
32:09 – This is a humanity issue first
34:00 – Finishing on a positive note
35:41 – Thank you for listening to the Big Mike Fund Podcast
“My mentor told me a long time ago that whenever you have a headache, it sucks for you, but fantastic for Tylenol.” – Cory Boatright
“You need to overcommunicate right now. If you think that talking to them one time a day is enough, it’s not. You need to overcommunicate with your folks.” – Cory Boatright
“It’s a humanity issue first. And it certainly affects our businesses and our pocketbooks and all these things. Do your part in using sanitizer and taking this seriously.” – Cory Boatright
“TV can be dangerous–the news can be dangerous–just to hear the bad news. At this point, we should all be thinking about what we can do to make a difference, to prepare. I like to call it ‘observing, analyzing, and preparing.” – Mike Zlotnik
“I agree that the only solution right now is this extreme ‘shelter in place’, very-very aggressive, on all fronts, all states, you know?” – Mike Zlotnik
“This is a time of unity too. We need to forgo all of our political differences, and stop political bickering and focus on the health of the nation and the health of the world.” – Mike Zlotnik