There is no denying that this has been quite the year for everyone - a rollercoaster of events with many ups and downs along the way. In light of that, we want to give you some takeaways we found helpful, so you can end the year on a positive note.
Assess what you've learned. Maybe you learned a lot of ways to do something (or not to do something). Maybe you've overcome hurdles you've never imagined. There are lessons in the good and the bad.
2. Step It Up
To make the best out of any situation, it is important to operate from the highest version of yourself. It’s easy to step back and blame. What’s harder is owning our shortcomings and taking initiative to take action.
3. Get Clear
What are you looking for? Set small goals, so you can gradually work towards the bigger picture, and get to a place that you really want to be.
4. Maintaining Community
We may be distant, but community is still just as important. It is important to stay in touch with people that are going to set you up for success, and are willing to help you achieve those goals along the way. Making sure you have the right people in your corner will get you a lot further than trying to do it all on your own.
5. Keep going
We all fall down sometimes, but we get back up. Keep showing up. Put in the work. You’ll get where you need to go.
At the end of each good movie, is a memorable ending. The finale. The conclusion. The resolution… It's not too late to end 2020 on a high note. So, what’s one thing that would make this year end on a good note for you? Set some time aside to make it happen!
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