I think we can agree, 2020 was a year like no other. Individuals have been challenged like never before as the pandemic presented challenges to many areas of our lives. And what we’ve learned is that though we can’t control the world around us, we can control our reaction to it. By maintaining focus on your long-term goals we are better able to help withstand volatility and changes — and help you pursue those goals.
This holiday season is a good time to reflect and learn from all of the challenges you faced in 2020. Through this holiday especially, I wish you moments of peace amid the difficulties, deep connection with family and friends even if they can’t be in person, the warmth of memories from holidays past, and wonderful glimpses of joy for what will come in 2021.
I hope we meet up again soon.
Have a merry, healthy, and peaceful holiday.
All the best,
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