The year that seems to last for five years has ended. Yet, has that changed anything? No, it is just a date on a calendar that allows us to clean the board and start over.
Many of you made resolutions on December 31 about goals for the new year.
Have you checked back in with them to see if you are on track?.
Statistically, the first day of a goal is the most difficult. Want to set a goal? Decide what your goal is and divide it by ten.
Make that your goal.
A speaker and author that I enjoy reading and receiving his weekly blog is Jon Acuff. I would encourage you to get his weekly emails and see how they fit you and your organization.
Recently, he wrote about “How to Read 100 Books in a Year”.
We have all been exposed to some pretty heavy stuff lately—it has been a massive year—but as we head towards Thanksgiving, I thought I would take a break from COVID-19 and election madness to alert you to make you and your family safer and possibly save you up to $25,000.
My recommendation has little to do with your investments; however, it could save you and your family thousands of dollars in today’s cyber connected world.
We are all dealing with working from home and learning from home and exposing yourself to cyberattacks. Most universities and colleges are closing at Thanksgiving, and the kids are coming home, which only increases the online presence in your house.
Cyberattacks are BIG BUSINESS.
The professionalism and sophisticated approach to cyberattacks are increasing daily.
Black Friday is dead.
There are 75 shopping days until Christmas, and most of what is going to be purchased this year will be online.
There will be very little hearing of the Salvation Armey bells ringing as you approach the shopping mall. They are going to need to rewrite the lyrics to Up on the Housetop.
Sing-Along – The “old” version is
Up on the Housetop, reindeer pause
Out jumps good ol’ Santa Claus
Down through the chimney with lots of toys
All for the little ones’ Christmas joys
Ho ho ho, who wouldn’t go
Ho ho ho, who wouldn’t go
Up on the Housetop, click, click, click
Down through the chimney with good Saint Nick
fill (someone) with the urge or ability to do or feel something, especially to do something creative.
What inspires you today?
Are you adjusting to the everyday life alterations since the pandemic began?
Are you wondering what is happening with the kids’ education, missing friends, family members, and co-workers?
With worrying about the economy, your kids’ schoolwork, and people’s health and given how taxing the new normal is, how are we supposed to inspire?
This valuable resource can be elusive even in “normal” times, but right now, it can feel nearly impossible.
Nineteen years ago, today, the United States was attacked by terrorists in an attempt to disrupt and destroy the country we know and love.
This year the world has been ravaged by a pandemic.
In both times, many gave their lives to save others without regard for their own lives. We call those “Hero’s.”
I remember the morning of 9/11 vividly, and yet the rest of the day was a continuous blur. Today’s college freshmen were born in 2001, and those born after have no direct knowledge of what occurred.
Currently, we live in a divided country impacted by “new terrorists” that use technology to attack us and impact our lives through misinformation.
My brother-in-law Patrick’s business partner Adam Mayblum was on the 87th floor of 1 World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
Adam was luckily a survivor.
That fateful evening Adam sent this email and then 365 days later, a follow-up.
This year we need to mute the outside world, to stop listening to those that would destroy us, and to remember the precious people that are in our family and communities.
Let us never forget our “Heros.”
These are the emails from Adam.
The calendar changed to August, and if 2020 were a typical year, then back to school surge would be about to begin. In many locals, it already has the option for in-class or online classes. It is a valid al la carte’ choice that each family has made.
Yet, despite this ongoing pandemic, there is a back to school that might just be missing in your life.
In your professional career, the answer can be as short as a month, and as long as a year.