2020 is finally behind us, and January brings a fresh start for us all. Usually, in January, I like to take some time and reflect on the previous year: the good, the bad, what did I learn, what did I accomplish, what changes can I implement for the coming year, and so on.
There are only a few days left in 2020, and many of us are anxious for the year to end. A new year generally means new goals, new year’s resolutions, fresh starts, and new beginnings. With everything we have endured this year, a fresh start (hopefully) could not be more welcoming.
Given a choice between cash and closing your doors or changing how you do business to adapt to a changing industry, which would you choose? It looks like Cadillac dealers are facing this question as GM wants to shift to an all-electric lineup by the end of the decade.
We have finally reached the month of December in a year that felt like it would never end. 2020 was the start of a new decade, and I’m sure many of us had high hopes and great plans for this year. Not only that, we are living well into the 21st century, though sometimes it doesn’t feel like it.
If 2020 wasn’t the ideal time for you to get creative, then what are you doing? Whether it be in your personal or professional life, we’ve all had to adjust our lives pretty quickly in a short amount of time – kids, family, school, work, and just life in general.
In a remarkable demonstration to advocate for climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, California announces that it plans to ban the selling of gas-powered vehicles by the year 2035. In my opinion, if there were a state here to make this type of proclamation, it would be California.