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Walter Rakowich

Dear Friend,

I’m going to go out on a limb and assume you’re more than ready to bid farewell to 2020. Me, too. But while some pundits are telling us this has been a year to forget, the opposite is actually true. Not only has this been a year we could never forget, but it’s been year that’s definitely worth remembering.

Really, that makes it just like every other year.

The way I see it, there are no bad years. There are just bad things that happen during time frames known as years. And while more bad things may have happened for more people in 2020 than in many other years, everything that happened wasn’t bad. There was plenty of good, as well.

This isn’t some Pollyanna blog that’s suggesting you view 2020 as a half-full glass of iced tea when it’s clearly been an overflowing jug of toxic waste. Collectively and individually, we’ve all experienced the painful fallout of a global pandemic. It has been unsettling to just about every aspect of life – work, finances, family, travel, social gatherings, physical health, mental health, and on and on the list goes.

What I will suggest is that how we remember 2020 will go a long way toward shaping 2021 – and the years that follow.


Thanks and happy holidays,
Walter Rakowich

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