Keep Calm And Carry On Better With The Safety Stack

by John Maeda - Everbridge

Keep Calm


Carry On

In other words, when bad stuff happens, we do our best to soldier through it. If we stumble, we do our best to pick ourselves up. And keep moving forward. When I think of this attitude, the “keep a stiff upper lip” phrase shouted in a Brit accent is what comes to my mind. Boomers are inherently resilient, and I suspect some of them might even wear that Churchill slogan on their bodies — as a tattoo (or at least it’s hanging on a poster somewhere in their house as artwork). They’ve tended to rely on their country to provide them protection, and their expectation has been traditionally low because the ability for a country-level response at scale is understandably difficult to execute well.