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Part II of How Best to Prepare for 2021

You’re back! In the spirit of Thanksgiving, thank YOU for being here!
Last month, we shared Part 1 of  “10 Tips on How Best to Prepare for 2021“.   I hope you’ve started the list!
We’ve all been through the ringer this year, haven’t we?  Every one of us could write a book on what 2020 was like and the resulting obstacles we faced. Maybe you should! Since I just launched my first book Poised for Exit, I’d be happy to shorten your learning curve.
Lest we forget the upside of 2020 (look hard, it’s there), ask yourself what should I be grateful for?  First, you’re here reading this article. That’s a start! Did your business grow? Did your key people stay with you? Did you find new ways to do business?  Did your family stay healthy? Did you learn new things about them by just spending more time together? Looking at the bright side can truly help us think more creatively and fill us with hope for tomorrow.  If you missed this episode with Tammie Rosenbloom, licensed therapist, you’ll want to check it out.
Speaking of “gratitude”  there’s an app for that. Here’s a link to the best gratitude and attitude apps out there: I’d recommend you choose one that resonates and add it to your morning routine.
As a champion of your personal and professional success you can count on me to continue providing valuable, relevant content from all my channels and platforms, including the podcast. Check out the Poised for Exit show where I share my journey and why I do the work I do (it’s all about you).
My sincere thanks for being a loyal colleague, friend and follower of KeyeStrategies and Poised for Exit!  Without you, our work would have no meaning. 
In Humble Gratitude,
Julie Keyes

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Julie Keyes
Julie Keyes

Founder & Owner at KeyeStrategies, LLC

Julie is a Certified Exit Planning Adviser and Value Growth Advisor with 30+ years of experience. She works with business owners who seek to understand and maximize their exit and critical transition options.