How Lessons Learned from the Pandemic Can Lead to a Brighter 2022

New Year’s Resolutions Continuations

How Lessons Learned from the Pandemic Can Lead to a Brighter 2022

By Jim Toes, STA

There’s a reason New Year’s resolutions are such a popular tradition. While most of us wish we were a bit better about keeping them – how’s that gym membership working out for you? – they provide a natural opportunity to reflect, take stock and set new goals.

When we at STA were thinking about our resolutions for the new year, we quickly realized that our top goals are not new concepts. Some are a continuation of what we were doing through 2019, before the pandemic began. Others come from lessons learned over the past two years that we believe are worth carrying with us long into the future.

When we at STA were thinking about our resolutions for the new year, we quickly realized that our top goals are not new concepts. Some are a continuation of what we were doing through 2019, before the pandemic began. Others come from lessons learned over the past two years that we believe are worth carrying with us long into the future. So don’t think of these as New Year’s resolutions, they’re more along the lines of “New Year’s continuations.” We hope you’ll agree that the below goals are worth maintaining throughout 2022 and beyond.

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