Season’s Greetings and Gratitude

 “Happy holidays and all the best in 2021!!”

Time Magazine got it wrong…the person of the year isn’t a politician, it is each and every health care worker, doctor, nurse, care aide, support staff, scientist, researcher, lab technician, supply chain worker, and everyone involved in taking care of patients, protecting the vulnerable, and creating a COVID-19 vaccine.

We are almost through what has been the toughest year many can remember and hopefully will ever experience. As we wrap up this year, I find it useful to review the year and to be grateful for the experiences and lessons learned.

Thank you to the doctors, nurses and essential workers in all industries who work tirelessly—and often while they’re very tired—to take care of those with illnesses, to protect everyone, and to keep our lives as normal as possible.

Thank you to the small and medium businesses who are bearing the economic brunt of the pandemic and struggling to retain their employees and keep their businesses afloat.

Thank you to the local and national governments who are providing funds and trying to take care of millions of people who have become unemployed and are experiencing unprecedented financial hardships.

Thank you to business advisors everywhere for supporting your clients and the economy with your talents and expertise.

Thank you to bankers around the world who are being flexible to support their clients in times of financial need.

Thank you to my clients for your continued business support, friendship, creativity, growth, new ideas, optimism, and shared excitement for the upcoming year. 

Thank you to my family and friends as we endure these times to become stronger together for the future.

As I look forward to 2021, I plan to continue to do these things every day, and hope you will join me…

  • Wear my mask in public
  • Shop local
  • Donate my time to help important organizations and individuals in need.

Happy Holidays! May you enjoy the love and support of family and friends this holiday season.


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