How to Feel Necessary and of Value When You’re Not Driving Revenue

My husband showed me this piece of paper from his construction company that says he’s “necessary” just in case he gets pulled over for being on a job site or out and about. We kinda fake-laughed about it. Well, that’s strange.

Nope, I don’t have such a paper. As a writer and marketer, it’s hard to feel “necessary” when my efforts aren’t driving revenue at the end of the day – although I keep on forgetting what day it is. But to be fair, even the best marketing and the best salespeople can’t generate income against an entire industry being shut down.

Sixteen million workers in America, are no longer producing for their companies, let alone bringing home the bacon for their families. I heard last night that one in ten Nevadans, my home state, are unemployed.

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