The End Of 2020 | Week 35
“Reflect on your past. Be proud of what you accomplished and learn from your mistakes“ – Bryce Ward 1/2/2021
2020 has been an exciting year, to say the least, even with a worldwide pandemic; I have taken some significant steps in my life this year.
In April, on my birthday, no less, I joined the Stupid Raisins Team as their Operations Deputy. I have learned so much working with the team to build website pages, write marketing plans, and helping customers. I am thankful to be given a chance to prove myself and learn how to run a startup alongside such a fantastic team.
Streaming For Charity 2020
This past month I have been hosting the Streaming For Charity fundraiser of 2020 and have surpassed my $200 Praxis Scholarship goal. The final total reached $213.69!
In addition to my regular fundraising streams playing exciting games like Stick It To The Man, I reached out to the Praxis Community and interviewed five Praxis members live on the channel. I got to speak with Praxis Alumni Leah Wilczewski and Nicholas Rundlett about their apprenticeship experience. I even had the opportunity to talk with Praxis Advisor Hannah Frankmen and the CEO of Praxis, Cameron Sorsby. Then just this last week, I spoke with Eran Boodnero about his currently ongoing apprenticeship. Overall this has been an incredible experience putting together the podcast and helping one lucky participant jumpstart their career.
So what’s next for me in 2021? Starting this next week, I will begin on a project to write 50 short stories. Every week, I will write three short stories and upload them to my website in a paid subscriber area. I will make sure to share more about the specifics of this project in next week’s post.
My other primary goal for 2021 is to get myself moved into my very own Tiny House on wheels. Technically this will be my first time living by myself. Granted, I will still live on my family’s small farm; however, it will be nice to have my own space while I build up my wealth. Overall I am excited to start 2021 and work towards my life goal of making work optional for myself. Happy New Year, everyone!
Hey, thank you for reading this week’s post! 2020 has been a challenging year for many, but that hasn’t stopped me from accomplishing my goals, and I hope it hasn’t prevented you. Let me know in the comments what you completed in 2020 or what your goals are in 2021.