Moving forward in 2020…

Much like other businesses, HBR has found 2020 to be a challenging year.  The challenge has not only been the pandemic but also the opportunity to follow an avocation while still being open for HBR business.  Both paths have led me to really appreciate those entrepreneurs that juggle several business paths at the same time.

When learning opportunities arise (ZOOM has really taken the stage – wish I had had stock in ZOOM!), whether for the business implementation or wellness path, 2020 has been the year to make learning a priority.  The more we can educate ourselves, build our awareness and sensitivities, the more we can begin to construct our own future direction.

2021 is just around the corner.  Although we should stay in the present and not wish time away, it will be interesting to see how the new year unfolds.

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