This too shall pass...
On the last episode of 2020 I share with you a story that was a reminder to me that what we are going through is temporary, this too shall pass as with all bad things and good things. I share my thoughts on what 20/20 vision really meant as I reflect back on this year and how we can take what we learned from 2020 to shape our story going forward. Take what 2020 has presented us and turn it into an opportunity to come out of this better and stronger. Have you taken time to reflect?
2020 was a year that forced us to face our biggest fears, doubts and insecurities. There really was nowhere to hide. However, it’s important to reflect on how we dealt with it. What did we learn? How did we grow?
Before every change, before each breakthrough are growing pains, like a butterfly. Before the caterpillar becomes this beautiful, vibrant butterfly, it is alone in it’s cocoon transforming. Maybe 2020 was your cocoon period, no where to go, but grow.
I’ll be asking these questions to reflect on my own story, but invite you to do the same. What does 2021 look like for you? What goals are you setting?
In order to help you, I have also developed a 2020 Reflection template and a 2021 Goals template for you to download and complete off of our social media.
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