Focus on being cash-flow positive. Do whatever you can possibly do to make sure you have enough capital to survive. That means doing things you might be very uncomfortable doing such as laying people off, cutting people's salaries, negotiating with vendors, reducing R&D spend and anything else that you might not normally consider doing during the good times.
Basically, just about everyone is forced to evaluate their current investments into their businesses and determine how best to conserve cash versus spend it.
Double down on competitor research where you focus on understanding what people think about competitors without having to do customer interviews or anything like that. Here's an explanation of how we think about competitor research at FYI.
The concept of work will change. I don't think these coworking spaces will go away completely. We're clearly going to see a dip in their usage for a bit. Human connection is so very important to us and these types of spaces provide that to so many people even those who work remotely. I can't imagine the recovery to be 100% any time soon. But, I'm just guessing. Not enough time or information yet to make a solid prediction.
This would require a lot of time and typing to answer thoroughly.
High-level my take today is that all work is distributed work thanks to all the apps we use on a daily basis and the ability for a growing number of people to technically be able to work from home.
What we call work today which involves the majority of people going into an office will be seen very differently in the near future. Since just about everyone that can be exposed to working from home has been recently, the definition of work will change sooner than later. It might already have!
Content and marketing should match your audience and their needs. I've found both to be effective and it just depends on what the goal is. Blog posts tend to build brand and ebooks are good for getting people's emails. Both can be used together as well.
I meditate in different ways. Silent meditation, walking meditation and with various mantras or breathing exercises. Contemplation is what some might call what I do often, more than meditation. I also tend to do a lot of "thinking about thinking" which helps me get to root causes and first principles.