Hindsight is 2020
The time between Christmas and New Year’s is usually when we take stock for the past year and look towards the new year to see how we want to change and develop both personally and professionally. There is no doubt that 2020 has been a very challenging year for most of us.
In looking towards 2021, I’ve decided to take a different approach. Instead of begrudging 2020, this year I’m challenging myself to think of what aspects of 2020 I’d like to keep and develop.
For instance, from business perspective, there’s been many examples of companies adopting new and creative ways of doing business, honing crisis communications plans, operating more efficiently and so on. Additionally, on the personal side, many people are finding solace in the stress of 2020 by spending more time outdoors, exercising more, slowing down and having more quality time with family.
I know we are all looking forward to getting back to more ‘normal’ times but perhaps instead of making resolutions for 2021 and focusing on getting back to traditional day-to-day living, we should aim bring with us the positive aspects of 2020 into our personal and professional lives in the years to come. Wishing you all the best in the New Year.