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A thousand days of chaos…

As I write this in the lead-up to Christmas, I’m reminded of the importance of taking time to reflect on the year that’s winding down.

A thousand days have passed since the beginning of the Covid pandemic, when the world commenced to shut down. That’s a long time to try to stay strong.

I was recently reminded by author and mental health advocate Allan Kehler that by standing here today, we have, you and I, proven that we’ve survived 100% of our challenges.

In his words, and now mine, we were born resilient.

To say the past 1,000 days have not been easy would be the understatement of the pandemic.

And yet here we are. If you have a plan in place for the realization of your most cherished lifetime and legacy financial goals, and if you have a portfolio that has historically achieved those goals consistently, the smartest thing to do when crisis strikes is often to do nothing.

Easier said than done, I know, and a lot of people weren’t brave enough to do it. But you’ve sought out a guide to help you through periods just like this. We’ve worked together to develop a plan to achieve your goals. And you’ve taken action to make your plan come to life, building a portfolio of great companies to grow your wealth and provide income.

At this time of year, it is our hope that you are able to sit back and relax in comfort, with the confidence that you did the right thing, even if it was nothing, and even if it was frightening.

You’ve earned that rest. Persisting through a thousand days of chaos takes strength and determination. But you stood fast! You are resilient!

Read that last sentence again.

And if you don’t feel comfortable and confident right now, it’s time to revisit your plan.

Your confidence in your plan is our responsibility, so please reach out today if that confidence needs to be restored.

And to you and yours, we wish a most joyous and peaceful holiday season!


“Life doesn’t get easier or more forgiving; we get stronger and more resilient.”

– Dr. Steve Maraboli

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