For many, 2020 presented an unprecedented challenge for us personally and professionally. In both instances, we have been thrust into Crisis Mode. Most of us had to quickly adjust to working from home and doing so with our families also at home. For those of us in leadership positions, our professional lives were tasked with figuring out how to do our business with a staff that was now largely working remotely. For some of us, we have been able to navigate these waters with moderate success and have kept our businesses afloat. In doing so, we’ve had to put all future planning aside have likely put important goals and key aspects to future success on the back burner.