Looking Back To Move Forward

Man, I think we can all agree that 2020 has been a weird year, to say the least. It was the turn of a new era, a time for major change and growth. Don’t get me wrong I think we’ve all changed and grown from 2020 and the experiences with COVID, but it’s been super tough.

We’ve had millions of people contract the virus and unfortunately die. While that is tragic COVID allowed us to shut down the world, new life began sprouting because emissions and pollution were decreasing. 2020 has allowed us to grow immensely whether that’s through taking up new hobbies, slowing down and focussing on family and friends or going through some rough times to become better people. For us at SMP HQ, its been a mixture of all the above.

We don’t know about you, but is anyone else just super tired & over this year?

Yeh, us too.

While it’s been a TIME full of acceptance & growth we would like to move on & get back to life. We guess the point of this post is to look back at all we’ve been through & move forward with hope, love & ambition. We have put together a FREE little exercise you can do to give you better insight into looking back & moving forward.

We hope you are doing well & are eagerly awaiting better times, we know we are. -SMP.

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