179: Zooming out on COVID-19

If you listened to last week’s episode, get ready to zoom out, spin around, and question it all. Blood, sweat, and tears. It’s all here because it’s pretty amazing what can happen in a week, salty friends. The crew, along with Sanda (Dylan’s  amazing partner at The Float Shoppe and in life) comes back together to hash out what they’re feeling, what they’re doing, and how they’re handling the way events have unfolded in the last week with the COVID-19 virus. If you’re debating closing, you’ll hear the thought process each person went through in order to arrive at the decision to stay open or close their center - from the size of the center, number of employees, and how people get to work. 

You’ll get a few tips on what to do if you do close, what assistance programs may be available to you, and how to start exploring the financial impact, emotional impact, and social impact of your decision. And Kim shares why she couldn’t hop in the tank right now. As an added bonus, we have a special guest- a nurse who is on the front line helping folks who are battling COVID-19. It’s an emotional, unprecedented time, and you’ll hear some raw and real responses to how everyone is handling it. With a few personal stories and different different views, we hope you can arrive at a peaceful decision about how to handle your own float center in this uncharted territory.