There’s enough negativity in the world. We never want to add to it. In fact, we hope this sheds some light on what may feel like a dark time, even if it’s just for a moment. Check out a list of the good that is going on in the world right now:
John Krasinski’s commitment to his SGN (Some Good News) network in the last two weeks is certain to brighten your week. Follow along as John collects good news from his fans on social media and shares on his SGN Facebook page.
Simon Sinek’s encouragement on being optimistic: Optimism is different than positive—and it’s definitely not naive. Optimism is the belief that the future is positive, that there’s a light at the end of the tunnel, and we’re heading there, together. Check out his video here.
The Emergency Nurses Association is raising awareness and support for emergency nurses through their Popsocket campaign. If you can, purchase a Popsocket to support the heroes who are working endlessly to keep us safe, or if you are one of our wonderful design friends, submit your own design!
As schools move to remote learning, our client, The Positivity Project, has made resources available for educators to use digitally. They’ve created plans for parents and caregivers to help educate their children. Learn more here.
Many are trying to think of creative ways to stay occupied while staying safe at home. Our friends from the Experience Institute helped create a deck of cards called “What’s Worth Doing.” Use this card deck to map around three main questions to dive deeper into your work.
Organizations are pivoting and providing resources for so many like Anheuser-Busch who has started to make hand sanitizer. They join many other distilleries who have used their resources and facilities to help combat the virus. We can cheers to that!
We hope you are healthy and well. We are here to help encourage, think through, create, or just listen. We will get through this together!
Feel free to send any inspiring stories you hear our way. There’s no such thing as too much positivity.
Your friends at Rule29