This is what you need to know: when we look back, you want to be able to say, "I lived my values. I was the person I'm proud of."
It's easy to feel that you need to look after yourself first—survival instinct, is that you kicking in?—but if you're a coach, if you're studying to be a coach or you're curious about being your best self, "this is a real opportunity to lead the way," says Matt.
"To demonstrate how we can be grateful and take care of ourselves and others and lead with calm love."
A really strong way to think of it is 'them and us'. Nobody wants to be the crazy person in these times. There are people panicking when there's just no need. They're overreacting and going into survival mode.
Don't be that person.
"Calm love and coping shows you're coming from a place of kindness for others, and that's what will make you feel great later," says Matt.