I have decided in the last few weeks that I will begin to make periodic post about my outlook and views on business and everyday life. In the last months, I have seen the drastic change we have all endured; I, myself am now even more grateful of the information that I have learned and compiled and see the value of sharing some of the blessings I have received. I won’t be sending out any funding because you can’t build wealth and lose a penny at the same time. I choose to offer something more valuable, which is a piece of my thoughts; an unbiased, educated opinion. I thank in advance all that may benefit, and this will be the only acknowledgement of those who hate; there will be no acknowledgement of those types. All that I promise from this action is to keep it short and sweet. A note to those who protect their future outlook, and a lasting quote for the days ahead.
On this Memorial Day in 2020 and during our country’s setback, I get a renewed feeling of gratefulness for my own Father’s unselfishness; I never really understood the significance of the COP/E7 under sponsor rank on my military ID as a kid or why he would get saluted at certain places we would go, but as we struggle to figure out what’s going on in present time, I often ask is it really so bad right now? or did he really go through hell? He left South Carolina not knowing if he would return, who knows if I may have been here today. On this day and every day, I thank all those we have lost and all those who currently fight the brave fight; and I thank their family members who also sacrifice.
My outlooks this week are focused on the global markets and personal business activity. I see green this week, but I’m still not going all in until I see a big drop in new people going into the hospital country wide. We are starting a new marketing campaign with BLO. WA will be doing more R&D and speeding up a few products as we see even more need in our forthcoming W.A. Control Software as our country starts back up.
“Now that some have thrown out the mask, don’t misinterpret all of the smiles”
Until the next, I thank you for your time.