“Seeing Light at the End of the Tunnel; 5 Reasons To Be Hopeful During this Corona Crisis”

This disaster will build your self-confidence. “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” as the ageless saying goes. Make sure you treat yourself as a survivor and be very happy if you come through this.

As a part of my series about the things we can do to remain hopeful and support each other during anxious times, I had the pleasure of interviewing Anne Welsh.

Anne Welsh is an internationally recognized author, entrepreneur and philanthropist. In 2019 she launched her memoir, Pain-less to inspire people who, like herself, live with sickle cell and work hard to find a pathway to a gratifying life while living with pain. She has appeared on many radio and television spots, such as the BBC, Channel 4 news, London Live and others and in front of decision makers and parliamentary political leaders in the UK and in countries around the world where sickle cell is a serious health issue. Anne has a degree in Accounting and Finance and an MSc in Investment Management and broke barriers as an investment banker with Lehman Brothers, by establishing workplace practises for ethnic minorities and people with disability. She now runs her own consultancy firm based in London England and is an expert in bringing business opportunities to investors around the globe. Her consultancy also extends to advising companies on how to improve their performance by overcoming the physical and mental health challenges of employees.

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