Ep #41: A Year in Review: Are you Bitter or Better After 2020?

In this episode of The Richard Robbins Show, I’m doing things a little differently.

While I love sharing my studio with brilliant minds and enthusiastic company, there is no special guest to introduce in our 41st edition of The Richard Robbins Show. Instead, these are my thoughts on the wild year that just passed us and what permanent changes I could see sticking around even after this pandemic vanishes.

It was supposed to be the Roaring 20’s. The beginning of a new decade brought with it so much excitement; the chance to start anew, an opportunity to truly put our past in the rearview and set our sights on the open road ahead.

By March of 2020, people around the world realized that 2020 would indeed be a year like no other.

The 2020 pandemic generated uncertainty, fear and erased many of the luxuries we took for granted everyday, introducing to us social distancing, quarantines and mandatory face masks.

The 2020 pandemic also forced us to adapt. It made evolution mandatory and taught many of us that, “Where there’s a will, there’s a way.”

In this episode of The Richard Robbins Show, I share my thoughts on the changes I feel will become permanent, the opportunities entrepreneurs need to be on the lookout for, and digital trends that you should be familiar with going into 2021.

We’ll always remember the year 2020. Not for what it took from us, but for how it enlightened us. 2020 was a year that forced us to change – hopefully for the better.

I know one thing, I’m excited for what the future has to offer.

It’s a beautiful life, make it count.

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Ideas Worth Sharing

Our most difficult times force us to get better or bitter. @richardlrobbins Click To Tweet
The more challenging the times, the more challenge we’re faced with, the quicker we evolve or die. @richardlrobbins Click To Tweet
The quicker that we’re willing to let go of the old and embrace the new, the more opportunities we’re going to be faced with. @richardlrobbins Click To Tweet

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