Turning The Page On An Unprecedented Year
Dec 31, 2020
Rather than bore you with a dissertation on the how and why of New Year's resolutions, I thought I might just share a few final reflections on 2020.
Nobody saw Covid-19 coming, nor imagined the indelible mark it's left on every aspect of our lives. Our team had planned and practiced for "disaster recovery" for years, but we thought it would be a fire, storm, or natural disaster, not a health pandemic that has disrupted our lives for almost a year now. I'm proud of my team - we pivoted, and made sure we were available for clients, whether in-person, by phone, or remotely. We focused on solutions rather than problems, innovated, and asked ourselves, "How can we be better?" - even if it was just being more "human." Who ever thought Zoom fatigue would be a real thing?
I'm thankful for our families, allowing us to disrupt home life when working remotely and worrying about us when we were in the office. We are grateful for clients who called and emailed us just to be sure we were okay. Everyone of us re-counted our blessings and learned again to appreciate the small things.
Robert Schuller reminds us, "Tough times never last, but tough people do." We all toughened up a bit in 2020. Choosing a positive attitude is one of the most powerful things we can take into 2021...and I assure you that Presper Financial Architects is Bullish on 2021.
Happy New Year everyone and hope to see you, in person, soon!
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