Measuring Success in 2020

Measuring Success in 2020

I try to make it a habit that at the end of every year I look back and think about the past year, see how far I’ve come, and lessons learned before moving forward. When it came time to write this year’s article all I could think was, ”Whoa”; I wouldn’t even know where to begin. For me, 2020 has been a pivotal year both professionally and personally. How it began I can remember the end of 2019 and...

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