Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends, fond memories (and making new ones!), giving thanks, and more. Personally, I have a lot to be thankful for and will enjoy the upcoming holidays to reflect and appreciate. I am particularly thankful for my God-given talents and passion I have for marketing, the love I have for being an entrepreneur and the freedom to live in a country where I can run a business and provide employment for others and help clients do the same.
I asked our team what they are most thankful for (personally or professionally), but with a caveat: They couldn’t say family, friends, health, or their job, because I already know we’re all thankful for those. Here’s what they shared:
I’m thankful for strong coffee, whipped cream, and ice cream keto bars. I’m thankful for family dinners and good yummy food.
I’m thankful for YouTube and online training resources (and patience!) while I try to train my brand new puppy, Valkyrie.
I’m thankful for Amazon Prime & streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, etc.
I am thankful for all those who have made sacrifices to defend and uphold our Constitution so that I may live my life and enjoy freedom.
I am thankful to live in the greatest country in the history of the world.
I’m thankful for my puppy, Whiskey. And the beverage, wine.
I am thankful for snuggles with my son, sunshine and cooler weather, great podcasts like Armchair Expert and How I Built This to entertain me and open my mind as I cycle through the Red Rocks.
I am thankful for my pup, Hudson, a good latte, and Crumbl Cookies.
I am thankful for HOPE, knowing that tomorrow is a new day and anything is possible.
I am thankful for diversity, without it the world would be pretty boring.
I am thankful for my health and my three pups, Butkus, Leo & Sugar.
A wife that keeps me challenged and who lives on the edge each and every day!
I am thankful for the show called “The Masked Singer” with the judge, Ken Jeong, who always makes me laugh, and for music and a cup of green tea!
A very Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family…
Quote of the week:
Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings.William Arthur Ward