2021 Year-end wrap up: Jansen Snyman

Dear Clients, Colleagues and Friends. We’ll remember 2020 as the year the world as we knew it was turned on its head. For most of that year we looked, in the words of Mark Twain, like an envelope without an address.

In 2021, the world has remained on its head, the difference being that we’ve become used to living in this upside down state – it’s our new normal.

We’ve also learned a lot this year. That it’s ok to say “I don’t know” and to be vulnerable. That we’re far more resilient than we knew. And that the obstacle is the path. We’ve faced the path, walked it together, and flourished.

I’d like to extend a huge thank you to everyone who is on this path with us and who continues to support and believe in us. We’re stronger and better for it.

I hope you enjoy the year-end break and that you welcome the New Year feeling refreshed and enthused for all that it may offer. 

Please drive safely. And to those of you celebrating Christmas, may it be a blessed one. 

Best wishes,

Jansen Snyman

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2021 Year-end wrap up: Jansen Snyman

Dear Clients, Colleagues and Friends. We’ll remember 2020 as the year the world as we knew it was turned on its head. For most of that year we looked, in the words of Mark Twain, like an envelope without an address.

In 2021, the world has remained on its head, the difference being that we’ve become used to living in this upside down state – it’s our new normal.

We’ve also learned a lot this year. That it’s ok to say “I don’t know” and to be vulnerable. That we’re far more resilient than we knew. And that the obstacle is the path. We’ve faced the path, walked it together, and flourished.

I’d like to extend a huge thank you to everyone who is on this path with us and who continues to support and believe in us. We’re stronger and better for it.

I hope you enjoy the year-end break and that you welcome the New Year feeling refreshed and enthused for all that it may offer. 

Please drive safely. And to those of you celebrating Christmas, may it be a blessed one. 

Best wishes,

Jansen Snyman

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