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A New Year's Perspective...

A Christmas Reflection:

Poinsettias on the table and a wreath on the door are reminders that Christmas is near.

During this time of faith and family, may the true meaning of Christmas fill you with joy. Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a blessed New Year. Amidst the Christmas carols, eggnog, cookies, and mounds of presents, may your heart be filled with contentment and the unique feeling of joy that the season brings. As you celebrate the glory of this miraculous season, may your home be filled with love, peace, and joy. May these blessings follow you throughout the New Year.

As we rejoice and celebrate this wonderful season of Christmas, let us not forget to thank baby Jesus for coming into our lives. Let us together prepare ourselves to welcome him into the homes of our hearts. Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones.

And a New Year Perspective:

Did you do everything you could have to reach all of the new year goals you set out in January 2020? That's okay if you didn't! New year resolutions are always tricky to follow through, but as long as you are focusing on improving yourself each year that's a win! Going into 2021, we can't lose that focus and drive.

I wanted to share some nuggets I got from watching the Steelers game from Christmas week. We have lost 3 games in a row! With a winning streak of 11 games. Some lessons I learned while watching the game that goes with business and just life itself: 1) Never underestimate your opponents. Bengals aren't usually a good team but the Steelers are known to choke with smaller scoring teams. 2) Stay focused among the chaos. Our QB was off and until the third quarter we started putting numbers on the score board. 3) Strategy is important but implementation is KEY. 4) Watching football reminds me that even though life was weird with 2020 shenanigans there is something for all of us that didn’t change. I am glad that my Jesus and football were still present in 2020. 🤩 We all go through some great times and then it feels like we will never get up from all the let downs, breakups, bad deals, failures, layoffs, and just LIFE itself is hard. But you will survive. Steelers just have to come back focused, energized, and NOT letting fear take over the game.

Whether or not you're a football fan or if you like the Steelers or not, we can apply these little lessons to our lives. Stay focused ladies and gents!! We got this!


Xoxo,

Xiomara Escobar

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