From the editor: 17 March 2022

Keep calm and carry on

Trying to keep calm amid changing chaos and uncertainty is not always easy yet it is one of the keys to surviving in current tough times.

We all know business methods and systems have changed, and many people are working smarter, looking after each other, and trying to stay safe and strong all at the same time. We also hear about those who are struggling, those who are raging against the mandates, and those who are losing their personal, mental, and business battles.

What is less well publicised are those who are continuing to succeed, to prosper and to get on with life. Among those are the younger generations who seem to pivot and adapt to change more easily than those more set in their ways.

These pivots have resulted in some exceptional new businesses starting up, and also to entrenched firms seeking and finding ways to carry on.

This issue includes insight from people proudly leading the way, and also some tips on how to find your own new path.

Working hard is all very well, yet life, or rather a lifestyle, needs a balance involving rest and relaxation too. You’ll be reading this around St Patrick’s Day and the Irish certainly know how to live and to relax. The following pages have a few suggestions for both.

On that note, I will leave you with an old Irish saying: Wherever you go and whatever you do, may the luck of the Irish be there with you.

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