BY THOMAS SANTUCCI
Throughout our lives, most of us likely never considered the notion of going back to the drawing board. By this, I mean stepping back and looking at the big picture of our lives and, more specifically, our professional careers.
I practiced law for many years before transitioning into financial planning and wealth management. In my mind, I had a clear idea of the direction my career would take.
When life throws you a curve ball, we are often left wondering to do now? How will I recover from this setback?
The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly left many of us asking ourselves these important questions. As devastating as this crisis has been, it’s really an opportunity for us to reset.
While the Queens Chamber has been around since 1911 with the indelible principles to educate, advocate and network, we too have pivoted. We will never stray from these ideals, but the manner in which we do so sure has changed and will continue to evolve.
From our usual large scale, in-person gatherings to equally large online video forums, the Queens Chamber is well suited to address our current and future challenges head on.
Thanks as always for your support of the Queens Chamber of Commerce.