The word for “crisis” in Chinese is the same word used for “opportunity”. I find this quite interesting and, over the years, have pondered it, especially now in our current economy. What may look like a crisis in your writing is actually an opportunity. It all depends on how you look at it.
If you expect the worst, you will get the worst because you are operating the law of faith in a negative way. But if you expect the best, you will get the best because you are operating the law of faith in a positive way.
For example, now is actually a superb time for writers to find work. The reason is that many companies have dismissed full-time writing staff and are looking to freelancers to fill the gap. Freelancers cost companies less not because of the rates freelancers charge but because companies don’t have to pay them benefits.
So instead of “going with the flow” that says this is a bad time for writers, swim upstream and look for the opportunity in the crisis. If you do, you will surely find it.