How Your Business Can Be Ahead of the Curve by Looking Backward and Thinking ForwardApril 06, 2021
The recent catastrophic event in Texas cut a wide swath of devastation, leaving 4.4 million people without electrical power — including heat and running water. Once incredibly proud to be about 90% energy-independent, a natural phenomenon no one could predict brought the Lone Star state to its knees. Rendering millions of people displaced and helpless, this tragedy left people wondering where they will sleep, when they will eat and ultimately — how could this happen?
It’s horrible that it takes a tragedy to provoke change, but sometimes it is the only motivator. For the people of Texas and all people everywhere, transcending adversity relies on the ability to see the positive potential in a situation, even in times of extreme hardship.