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2020 is Hindsight Celebration
This uplifting event will be about celebrating the end of 2020, learning about how to get happy, unlock our potential and live a better life. And who knows, we may even get excited to tackle 2021. The goals of this event are to help people:

• Have some fun and blow off some steam
• Let go of 2020 and get excited for what’s coming up in 2021
• Talk about how we can live a better life (10 lessons I learned after dying)
• Learn a few key lessons about overcoming fear
• Explore how we can get truly happy and how happiness works
• Have fun with the lighter side of life with some thought-provoking silliness
• And most importantly, let go and get inspired again.

In the spirit of the holidays, I’m making the events free to all. Yes, people will likely learn something, but they’ll have fun doing it.

This 2020 is Hindsight Celebration is all about learning how to cope with life, getting positive, and engaging more authentically. Personally we'll explore transformation and professionally we'll explore how to create the culture of support we want. You will leave informed, inspired and ready to say goodbye and good riddance to 2020. And do it with a smile on your face.

Dec 21, 2020 12:00 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Nick Kittle
CEO @Sustainovation
Nick is the author of the best-selling government innovation book “Sustainovation: Building Sustainable Innovation in Government, One Wildly Creative Idea at a Time,” and spent 15 years in local government, most recently as a Chief Innovation Officer. He has won three national innovation awards and founded one of the first five government innovation offices in the country. During his government career, Nick directed 17 different divisions and developed over 65 unique or first-of-their-kind pilot projects while directly generating $7.8 M in savings and pioneering the concept of Innovation Value. Nick has founded innovation offices in a variety of political climates and geographies across the US, and consulted with cities such as Kansas City, Austin and San Jose on government innovation. He has written and spoken extensively as a government thought leader and motivator, including pieces for the Harvard Government Innovators Network, Alliance for Innovation, Exago, and Governing Magazine