As I write this, I'm thinking how much every industry has changed over the last year. More than changed, actually — progressed in unimaginable ways.
Just looking at the pharmaceutical industry, for instance, and how its members have managed to develop breakthrough vaccines in months vs. the average four-year time frame. It gave me pause to consider what had to happen to make way for such innovation, and the adoption of such innovative products, to occur.
Then, of course, I thought about the changes that have occurred in the automotive industry. Where to begin? I think if the demand for used vehicles hadn't exploded in 2020, then the industry might not have evolved at the pace it did.