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Updated: June 24, 2021

Double-Down: How to Ensure Your Business Doesn’t Die During a Recession

Here's how to not just survive but thrive through difficult times.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do hard times last forever?

Anything comes to an end. It doesn't last forever, no matter if it's good or bad. When you're faced with a tough situation, it may sound as though it'll never finish.

What are the benefits of going through tough times?

According to research, up to 70% of individuals develop mentally as a result of going through tough times, including a greater sense of self and intent, deeper respect for life and loved ones, and an enhanced potential for altruism, empathy, and the urge to act for the greater good.

What do you learn from difficult times?

We are left with a lasting impression as we go through tough times. They affect us and the way we look at our lives. We have a better understanding of who and what counts in our lives, and we have a deeper respect for them. Surviving adversities broadens our perception of what adversity really is.

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About the Author
Sasha Berson
Sasha serves as Managing Partner and VP of Client Solutions for Comrade Digital Marketing, a Chicago-based marketing agency dedicated to solving client’s most pressing digital challenges.
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