2021 in store

What is in store for 2021?

01 March 2021

2020 is behind us. It has been a difficult year for most of us with all the changes to our daily routines. Many have lost their jobs and many businesses have closed permanently. Many lives have been affected by what will surely be recorded as one of the worst years in recent history.

So, do we just put 2020 behind us and never think of it again? No, we reflect. We reflect on all the positive aspects and what we have learnt over the past 12 months.

Going into 2021 we can be grateful for the people in our lives. We can be appreciative what others have done for us. We can be thankful for the opportunity to still be able to make a difference in other people’s lives.

Some of us have learnt what we can do without. Some have learnt to diversify. Some have streamlined their businesses to be more productive. We have learnt to persevere.

No one knows exactly what 2021 holds. But we can learn from the past to prepare for the future, focus on the positive and be grateful.

According to one Moneyweb article, the following factors will drive the economic recovery this year, just to name a few:

  • The discovery of several effective vaccines offers the hope of an end to the pandemic although it might not be this year. The economy will not bounce back to a pre-pandemic level overnight, it takes time.
  • We are strong in nature. We will survive. Let us encourage those around us.

We at Cash Flow Capital are fortunate to be able to assist so many small to medium-sized businesses and in this way contribute to many lives. We are grateful to each one who journeyed with us and trusted us.

Stay safe.

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