Whether you are an entrepreneur or small business enterprise, one thing is for certain, we are all experiencing some form of disruption in our business as a result of Covid-19. For a very small handful of businesses, this unprecedented change is a positive one for their business, while a significantly greater number have not been so fortunate.

Sadly, we are seeing more businesses experiencing the negative effects and emotions of the virus outbreak, turning the business and its employees lives upside down. We now all need to learn how to navigate our lives and businesses during this time of life upended.

In helicopter training, students must participate in an underwater survival training; a simulation of being submerged in water where they must find their way out of the aircraft. As air bubbles rise to the surface, individuals are instructed to follow the bubbles to escape and make their way to the surface for air-to survive.

For many businesses, they are upside down because of the pandemic and are struggling to get right side up and survive.

Like so, so many entrepreneurs, Christopher Casacci, have experienced a myriad of emotions and thoughts about how to operate my business during these challenging times. I've had days when I'm totally upbeat about the free time available to take on new projects or learn something new.There are also times when I feel stuck, sad, anxious, lost and wonder what tomorrow will be like and how will I get through this.