This is what will change after COVID-19

economy education May 30, 2020

Restrictions easing

Happily Australia’s Sunshine Coast has long since been declared COVID-19 free.

And although many restrictions do remain in place, we’re gradually getting back towards some kind of normal.

It’s clear to see that people are itching to get out and socialise again: a drive-in movie at Aussie World was launched last week and the available tickets were sold out in no time.

Humans are naturally sociable creatures, and we like to gather together in popular areas to interact.

Roaring twenties

The notion that COIVD-19 will permanently revolutionise the way in which we live is both sensationalistic and flawed.

Folks won’t want to stay cooped up for much longer, which is already clear enough to see.

The great influenza of 1918 led to least 50 million deaths, don’t forget, and yet that lethal pandemic was immediately followed by the roaring twenties, a decade of surging global economic growth and widespread prosperity.

Some things never change

Overall, going forward the world is most likely going to be pretty much as it was before.

In saying that, some things might be a little different.

Westerners might be more inclined to wear masks, for example, and hopefully to value childcare workers properly.

And we might even become more serious about the idea of saving cash buffers for periods without employment (well, maybe).

Sadly, many of our favourite cafes and restaurants may never re-open.

On the brighter side, and perhaps thankfully, we might bid au revoir to the excruciating casual hugs and kisses with people we barely know, limiting social touching to our nearest and dearest.

Here’s hoping anyway!

Distance learning boom (online program)

One recent trend which will likely remain at large is the use of video calls and the willingness and ability of people to embrace distance learning.

I have a couple of close family members in the education space, and distance learning is experiencing some genuine tectonic shifts.

In that spirit, at Next Level Wealth we’ve launched an affordable 12-week, online modular program, which helps aspirational Aussies to radically improve their money management and investing knowledge base and skills.

The bulk of the content is delivered online, and then we do the 1-to-1 strategy work at the conclusion of the 12 modules.

There’s some homework each week, too…but not too much!

If you’d like to know more then please get in contact using the contact form below, or email me at [email protected] with the words ‘Online Program’ in the title and we’ll get you all of the details.

I discussed these ideas a little further in the short video here

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