“… you want maximal free time, not maximal activity, and you can assess your own “success” according to such metric.” ~ Nassim Taleb
As business is slowing and we are in this environment of quarantining, it’s an opportunity to look around and remove or reduce waste.
I can understand feeling disoriented when there’s not a lot of activity. We can get distracted by always doing something. It’s comforting and keeps us from having to think on whether we are doing what is necessary or important.
But, when we have crises, we can use it to reevaluate rather than simply looking for more activity to fill the void.
See if you can do less. Gain back more time instead of filling your schedules. That is the measure of success – you get back more time and major on what matters.