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Taking stock of 2020 and setting yourself up for success in 2021

What did you accomplish in 2020?

It was a pretty crazy year for sure, one that we will remember forever.

It was also a very sad year for many, some lost loved one to the pandemic and many got very sick.

We were very lucky to not have been hit by covid-19 but I know many weren’t lucky.

My big accomplishments for 2020

The year started off with my new eBook – The 12 Critical Steps to Your Online Success and I ended up putting that together with 12 videos.

I learned a lot myself putting that together.

I even took action on the steps myself to move forward.

It became my current lead capture eBook which you can get at http://onlinesuccess12steps.com/

Then came TikTok

Since I had started my TikTok account near the end of 2019, I had learned a lot about TikTok.

I started talking to others about it.

At the time, I was doing weekly calls with my mentor Marc Lalonde and he encouraged me to create a course

Which I started working on by February 2020.

I posted a video on LinkedIn that I was going to do that and an influencer with (at the time) 1.7 million followers on TikTok asked if we could collaborate.

The TikTok course

So, we decided to work together on a TikTok course.

We created 50 lessons and recoded them at the beginning of March 2020.

Yes, things about the pandemic were brewing but we just kept going.

We released the course on March 13th 2020 and sold quite a few.

It was a successful launch but then came the pandemic

The Covid-19 Pandemic

Then, on March 14th, 2020, I was scheduled to travel back home.

You see, I work in Montreal which is a 12 hour drive from home.

I see my wife and daughters only every 6-8 weeks for 1-2 weeks then go back to Montreal.

This year was different.

They closed the island on March 16th, 2020 – even if I wanted to go back to Montreal, it wouldn’t be an option.

A positive of covid for us

On the plus side, for us, the pandemic allowed me to work from home in the truest sense.

I no longer needed to see my family only every few months, I was able to live with them as it should be.

It’s been almost a year now working from home and my employer is strongly considering making it the norm.

I know many have lost loved ones or been very sick, so I don’t mean to belittle this for you if that’s you case, but for us, the pandemic has been positive in this way.

Conclusion

What can you take away from 2020?

Comment below your positives.

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