As a young woman in Russia I experienced first hand the economic chaos that resulted from the fall of the Soviet Union.
While the economic, social and political circumstances differ today, many of the same traits that separated financial success and failure in
the immediate post-Soviet economy, will apply in the post-pandemic economy today.
In these unprecedented times, one thing we are being reminded of – and not just when we witness Italians creating glorious, impromptu
concerts over balconies – is that humans are resilient, and we adapt well to change.
When change is being ushered in as quickly as it has been lately, we have to respond equally fast.
But there’s two ways to respond to a changing and uncertain landscape: we can panic, or we can remain calm.