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Why You Should Be Optimistic About Your Business in 2021

2020 was a pretty rough year for businesses. The spread of the coronavirus pandemic initiated lockdowns and the shutdown of businesses across various industries. Thousands of jobs were lost, and many businesses found themselves closing their doors permanently. Prospects coming into the new year may seem bleak, but there are reasons to be optimistic about your business in 2021.

Vaccines Are Here

In what amounts to nothing less than a modern miracle, multiple vaccines for the coronavirus have been created in record time. What’s more, according to The BMJ, they have been tested and found to be extremely effective. Distribution has begun, and while it may be slower than expected, it’s still happening across the country. The pandemic may still be going strong, but the light at the end of the tunnel is coming into view.

The Coming Economic Recovery

It’s hard to overstate the impact the pandemic had on the economy, both worldwide and on a national scale. That said, history has shown us that a period of economic recovery has followed every depression and recession to date. Thousands of people have been furloughed or lost their jobs altogether. That can be a good thing for your business if you’re looking to hire though. According to Franchise Gator, the job market is full of eager employees ready for you to hire them. On top of that, there have been talks about additional stimulus money being distributed to American citizens, which can also stimulate more spending and help aid the economic recovery.

Technology

Necessity has proven to be the mother of invention yet again. From the creation and implementation of tools that better support remote working to mobile tracing technology designed to help slow the spread of the virus, according to Skillcrush, there has been a boost in technological development. This development may have been as unprecedented as the circumstances brought on by the virus itself. There are lots of new tools available now to help businesses be more efficient and serve their customers better during the pandemic. Existing tools have been improved. It’s safe to say that technology has likely been a saving grace for multiple businesses and will likely continue to be the source of some of the most valuable tools going forward.

Understandably, you might be concerned about your business going into 2021. After all, the pandemic hasn’t just gone away. There is hope though. Vaccines are being distributed, the economy is expected to recover, and we have greater access to better technology than ever before. There is still reason to be concerned, but you can feel good about balancing it out with a cautious sense of optimism.

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About the Author Miha Matlievski

Breaking taboo called FAILURE by talking openly about it, sharing my fail stories and lessons that I learned on my way back from hell. I had four successful companies that at one time all went bankrupt. You could say that I went from hero to zero. But I managed to survive! Down that road I became Fail Coach not by degree but by failing personally and professionally, learning from my failures and growing. If you are looking for a coach try not to find one with shiny diploma hanging on his wall but one that has personally gone to hell and back.

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