The Pandemic – A Lesson for the Future

People stop looking at math equations regarding deaths by understood threats to the human. This Pandemic is an educational quest to the understanding of an unknown threat that has haunted humankind for decades.

I suggest all study the Spanish flu. A 1918 influenza killed between 50-100 million people. In other words, between 3% and 5% of the world’s population died. In the United States, 675,000 people died.

As you think about that, think about this.

In 1918 we did not have airplanes moving millions of people a day around the world; we did not have highway systems, horses outnumbered the automobile, and most people rarely went more than 50 miles from their house their entire life.

The prudent actions are called leadership. Mitigating risk by what you know enables time to explore what’s unknown. Let’s work together and protect both our home and work families.

This will pass, and the world will learn from what today’s leaders do. The world is poised for another pandemic, and this Pandemic will teach the world, and remember, today’s world is much more mobile than it was in 1918.

Stay Safe and be Responsible.

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Ray Stasieczko
Ray Stasieczkohttps://www.linkedin.com/in/raystasieczko/
THROUGH my creativity and passion for innovation, I help organizations navigate through needed changes. Over the past thirty years, I have had successes and faced challenges. The challenges organizations face today, I not only recognize them, I’ve experienced and navigated them firsthand. Delivering services to all marketplaces continues transforming. Competition is coming from places no one would have imagined. My innovative thinking benefits organizations who recognize change is needed, and more importantly, recognize the value of creativity fueled by experiences. The future of the business to business or business to consumers marketplace will require unique collaboration. I understand the importance of collaboration and have the imagination to bring uniqueness in delivering it. I believe successful innovation and transformation only happens “When an organizations focus is on bringing the future to the present, instead of bringing the past to the future.”


  1. Absolutely agree.
    It is a hard lesson for everyone that forces us to update the agenda, re-evaluate the role of public health, rethink the prevention policies for the environment and health. Where many things about coronavirus contagion are still to be studied, understood and correlated to give us motivated and rigorous indications on future policies.
    For example, some studies have formulated the hypothesis (which must be deepened and extended) that the concentration of fine particles could be considered a possible indirect indicator or ‘marker’ of the virulence of the Covid-19 epidemic.
    In these pandemic times, many say that nothing will be the same. But we do not take it for granted that only smart, innovative, fair and sustainable solutions can emerge, because the old and the inertia of the past are always lurking. So even now we need innovative ideas, commitment and public discussion for the choices of a country.