• Stephany Tullis

Who do you want to become in #2021?

Happy New Year! I feel as though this year sped by with all of its ups, downs, twists, turns and so, so much of the unexpected. I look back in wonder at these past 365 days. No one word can describe this passage of time. As a fellow author of mine posted at the start of 2021, “do we have to count this year?”

The calendar says we do. So I will.

And most importantly, I am thankful that my family and I are here to count it.

Furthermore, I am truly grateful that you are here to not only count it-- but to share 2021 with me.

In January 2020, I boldly sought #Clarity. I wanted it ‘made plain—written on tablets so I could see and understand it.’ Ha! Little did I know. I also challenged you to identify your vision and goals for #2020. (See my vision sharing post.) I dare say that none of us could have wanted or would have been able to envision our panoramic, oppressing new world.

So here we are here. Again. Another new year. By the way, did you know that January gets its name from Janus, the Roman god of doors? New doors. Doors that represent all beginnings and possess the ability to see the past and the future.

Guess what? I think I’m almost ready to open the #2021 door that will reveal the exciting path to my personal yellow brick road. I’m so excited to share it with you. Check me out for a progress update in my January 23rd newsletter.

NOTE: Life is strange. My 2021 Vision goal #Evolving is taken from a Christmas gift my eldest daughter gave me for Christmas in 2018. I loved the book, couldn’t put it down and dreaded the thought the book would end. In her memoir, Becoming, Michelle Obama issues a challenge to all of us: “Who are we and who do we want become?”

And this is my challenge to you. “Who do you want to become in 2021?” Would love for you to share! Drop me a note below.


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