The crisis has reshaped our perspective on social norms and business models. Not only will social distancing still be the norm as we head into the second half of the year, so will remote working. Businesses are no different. Whether you represent a mom and pop establishment or sit on the board of a company, when we do decide to open our doors for business, we know that Covid-19 would have irrevocably re-written the rules. Whether it is staggered business hours to reducing crowding on public transportation, or new social seating and queuing norms to adapt, society and businesses will have to adapt. While we prepare to step into this future with our clients and colleagues, it is the here and now that we can make the most of an impact.