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December 2020 marked quite an astonishing milestone for British TV.
On the 9th December 1960, the first episode of Coronation Street was broadcast. Originally, it was only supposed to be for 12 episodes…
Now, 60 Years later, it’s still going. Airs multiple times per week and has become the biggest soap in the UK. Who would have thought it? Way back when. And it has endured all the ups and downs of life and change. Whilst Corrie, as it’s affectionately known, isn’t quite my cup of tea, I can’t ignore the accomplishment.
And isn’t how all the best success stories start?
“Well, it was only supposed to be…”, and before you know it, something remarkable has been established.
This sounds like starting small has its rewards. See how it works out. Test and adjust. And be open to the opportunities you never thought possible.
For 2021, how might you seek out the smallest thing to start? And see where it leads you…
As the year comes to a close and the final push to get everything in some sort of “done” state…
(Oh, because it’s worth mentioning that the second part of starting things is to finish some of them too ;-D )
I am feeling rather bittersweet about 2020.
So many things started. Some really good. And some really awful.
And here we are. Still. Riding the crest of change.
It’s a good time to look back and remember all the things we did achieve this year. Even through all the adversity, challenge, disappointment and zoom fatigue – because those really are the wins.
The accomplishment that was sought through committed work and hard emotional labour.
Resulting in mastery that you own, and no one or no thing can it take away. It’s yours now to nurture, stretch and grow.
Learning the value of rest and gratitude, I am taking a break for the festive season and bringing in the New Year with renewed passion and courage.
I wish you all the very best and look forward to seeing you in 2021….
There might be something interesting there, just out of sight, a bit blurry and on the edge of the horizon.
Best go check it out 😉
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