Today, Grant and Jeremy talk about what we stand to learn from a year like the one we’ve had.
There has been a lot of good for a lot of people in the last year, and “unprecedented” times like these lead to unforeseen opportunities as well. For many of us, 2020 exposed some flaws in our plans, like the lack of emergency funds. But the ways we changed our work and lives this year has also helped many of us to refocus on prioritizing family over profits and find what really matters in life.
We do not want to minimize the hardship this year brought, but we also don’t want to miss the opportunity to see the good and grab hold of it. Finding what’s good allows us to make positive changes in our life and make next year better than this one. Make sure no hardship is wasted.