Roundup No. 27: Goal Setting in 2021


Happy Holidays, Remote Work Tribe! We’re back with one final Weekly Roundup of 2020—and can you believe it’s our last of the year already? 2020 has simultaneously felt both excruciatingly long and mind-blowingly short. But one thing is for sure: we’ve been so glad to have had you on board with us this year! We hope you’ll stay tuned for our latest adventure, which is goal setting in 2021! 🎉

After such an uncertain few months, it’s understandable to have mixed feelings about setting goals for the New Year.

Growth marketer Mindy Thomas raised a good question: should you aim for specific or generalized goal setting in 2021?

Man pointing upwards as text reads "All of this" in regards to goal setting in 2021.

Some noted that this year has been hard to predict, so one must use caution when goal setting in 2021…

…While others are plugging ahead with specific projects in mind and the tools to help them get there.

How will you be goal setting in 2021? Are you opting for more “umbrella” type goals, or drilling down specific objectives for the New Year?

Before you whip out your New Year’s Resolutions list, check out what other remote workers were up to these past few days!

Man holding a briefcase while wearing a helmet and a smoking rocket strapped to his back

The Tribe’s Weekly Vibes

1. This perfectly understandable mental cap.

2. This nod to anyone burning the midnight oil before NYE.

3. This crucial reminder.

4. This clear sign that remote work is here to stay. 

5. This sad but necessary PSA.

6. This new book which helps women navigate the remote world.

7. This beneficial change in thinking.

8. This relatable reality for anyone with both a little one and an Echo device.

9. This appreciation for the Twitter community!

10. This message to give yourself a pat on the back for surviving the dumpster fire that was 2020.


What are your ideas on goal setting in 2021?  Tag us over on Instagram, @TheRemoteWorkTribe, or on Twitter, @RemoteWorkTribe, for a chance to be featured in our next weekly thread!

Young boy in a winter hat saying Happy New Year.

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By Grace Trumpfeller