Could One Voice Improve D—— (COVID)

I was sitting and talking to my wife, also known as the BFF, and she mentioned something she wished she could change. Not sure why, but my mind immediately said, “Could One Voice Improve Displeasure?” Then I thought about it and shared with her my thought, and that the first letter in each of those words spelled Covid. Then as I was writing this a neighbor came by to share that another one of our locals had passed away yesterday. New definition, “Could One Voice Improve Disappointment?” I said to Shannon, he’s in a place now where he won’t have to worry about his heart or anything else ever again.

COVID has been around only a short time, but I’m finding that it is forcing us to redefine everything from politics to Back to School activities. Working in Healthcare for as long as I have though, I also know this about Covid and viruses in general, we can usually find a vaccination to improve symptoms and prevent it.

Well here is a free vaccination for all of you (or should I say a kick in the backside), and I hope you’ll share it with your friends and family. Make a goal and determine what this disease won’t do to you, and what it won’t do to those you care about.

Could One Voice Improve my Demeanor? Make someone laugh or smile – see what happens

Could One Voice Improve my Disease? Offer to pray with someone, take them a meal – see how thankful they become

Could One Voice Improve my Disappointment? Cound One Voice Improve my Depression? Could One Voice Improve my Dis????????

Are we going to let a virus define us or will we – can we – offer a voice that will define how we make things better? I for one have made my decision. I hope you’ll do the same.

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I’m a Motivational Speaker, Consultant, and Career Coach. I am also a Registered Nurse and Team Builder. #Motivation #Motivational Speaker #COVID, #Inspire

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I'm a Motivational Speaker, mentor, blogger, and Registered Nurse. I work with team and clients to help them attain their personal, professional, and organizational goals

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