2020 will go down in history, not just as a year of pandemic, but also one of transformation.
As we push into 2021, we need to consider our mindset for the year.
Many people I speak to are excited about the coming year.
Each one of us responded to the shock and challenges of the extraordinary events of 2020 in our own way.
Having gone through that, we all accept the reality of coronavirus and that it isn’t going away in a hurry.
Now that we have acknowledged and adjusted to 2020’s massive changes, for most people this year will prove to be better than last year.
In fact, having been prompted to reinvent ourselves, we can see the potential for positive change, not just in the world around us, but in ourselves.
Certainly many will feel trepidation about the deep challenges that will no doubt characterize this year.
Yet we can rightfully feel excited about the possibilities ahead.
2021 will undoubtedly once again be a year of deep change. But we can far more readily see how that can be primarily positive change.
Let us be excited about the possibilities, for ourselves and the world.
And take the actions that will make that potential real.