What Do We Do Now?

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Last May, when the Coronavirus Pandemic was at its worst, I wrote the following three paragraphs to introduce a ‘Pandemic Anxiety’ article I was thinking of publishing.

“The 21st Century is barely two decades old. But already, it’s clear that this century is going to be one unlike any other we’ve ever known.

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I’m a dad, a reader, writer, and thought partner for individuals looking to improve their lives. My passion is learning and meeting this century’s challenges.

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David Nicoll, Ph.D

David Nicoll, Ph.D

I’m a dad, a reader, writer, and thought partner for individuals looking to improve their lives. My passion is learning and meeting this century’s challenges.

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