We are certainly living in unprecedented times. Thanks to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses are struggling, plans are put on halt, and stay-at-home orders are in place across various parts of the world. It may be a lot to cope with at the moment, but it is not impossible to succeed right now. The best advice I can give you right now is to keep moving forward whenever possible, just like I, Harry Hayman, am helping Philadelphia do through some of my latest endeavors.
Preparing a New Film
My production company is moving forward with the production and promotion of a film we have been working on, entitled “Metronome.” We had initially decided to scrap this project based on the circumstances, but then we realized something; now, the world needs hope more than ever. That’s exactly what the story of “Metronome” is supposed to represent. The idea of finding your rhythm in life is a message that we felt people need to hear right now. So, we persevered, and have started to launch our website and social media platforms for the project.
Launching New Business Opportunities
Since many people think of Harry Hayman as a hospitality management specialist, they know that I am committed to helping businesses. During these times of uncertainty, I was able to help BeYoga launch its website and social media accounts with my colleagues’ help at Gemini Hospitality Consultants. BeYoga is a new service offering free yoga and meditation classes in the wake of COVID-19. These are times when people need to stop and slow down more than ever, and what better way to do this than through relaxation and exercise?
Helping Those Less Fortunate
What’s most important during these times, however, is making sure that those in need are taken care of. If you know me, you know that I am dedicated to the Feed Philly Coalition, a non-profit I started to help the homeless in Philadelphia receive food. Recently, we teamed up with Renegade Taco Co. to hand out lunches to those in need. Thanks to the economic effects of this pandemic, more people than ever may be without meals, so we felt that the time to help is now.
Our actions won’t stop there. Throughout all of my ventures where possible, we are looking to persevere and continue to make a positive impact on people’s lives and help them through this pandemic. To all those affected by this, I send you positive thoughts, and I encourage you to stay home whenever possible and practice social distancing to help combat this pandemic.
To learn more about how I am looking to help Philadelphia and beyond through these trying times, feel free to contact me.