Welcome to the 70th episode of the Diverse Minds Podcast, and on today’s episode, I talk about what 2020 taught me. I highlight things I will take forward, as a result of the year we’ve had in 2021. 

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In today’s show, I talk about what 2020 taught me:

  • Why reflecting at the end of the year is a useful exercise. [00:45]
  • The importance of reframing our perspectives. [01:56]  
  • How I learnt to appreciate the small things in life. [03:14]
  • An overview of each month in 2020. [03:51]
  • One way I’ve been recharging my brain in 2020. [15:48]

Quotes on What 2020 Taught Me

  • The end of the Gregorian calendar is often a time for reflection, it’s an opportunity to look back and set the tone for the year ahead.
  • I think it’s a useful exercise to celebrate all you might have achieved and consider what you want to build on. 
  • One of the things that 2020 has taught me the importance of reframing our perspective. 
  • For me, 2020 has been about being grateful for those tiny things that I’ve taken for granted in the past.
  • I don’t think I’m going to be getting a diary that says 2021 Best Year Ever!

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