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A Year in Review: 2020

December 22, 2020

As 2020 slowly comes to an end, we decided to look back and reminisce about some of the things that we went through as a team and as individuals. We concluded that this year has been like no other... Team MindSpark has welcomed a boss baby mid-pandemic as well as 3 new colleagues, and 4 new pets (3 cats and a dog). We also had the chance to organize our first-ever SparkSummit - which was fantastic success - and, most importantly, survived the pandemic as a company.

We also recently threw a virtual "70's Groovy Christmas" party - which is why we look so funny on the picture above!

Without further ado, here’s some Team highlights from 2020:

Some of our proudest work accomplishments:

  • Organizing our first-ever SparkSummit in less than 2 weeks
  • Refreshing the MindSpark brand (will premiere in January)
  • Surviving the global pandemic as a company

Some of our personal achievements:

  • Realizing how strong we are emotionally
  • Ability to swim upstream against all odds
  • Graduating from a UX Design bootcamp
  • Learning one-arm pushups and one-leg squats
  • Started a journey of self-development and leaving many conflicts and issues behind

Some of the lessons we learned in 2020:

  • Trust your instincts and don’t be scared of making big changes
  • Cherish and appreciate things that you take for granted
  • Importance of gratitude, self-respect and dedication
  • Resilience is key to success
  • After the storm comes the rainbow

Best movie / TV show this year:

  • Queen’s Gambit
  • Normal People (TV adaptation)
  • Ozark
  • Succession
  • Unsolved Mysteries

We’re most excited about in 2021:

  • Having guests over (again)
  • Traveling (again)
  • Experiencing music concerts (again)
  • Seeing friends and family (again)
  • Having a team off-site in person (again)

With that, on behalf of the MindSpark Team, we’d like to wish you a *sparktacular* 2021 full of success and great things!

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