A few versions of this saying have been around a while. But Thanksgiving is the perfect time to make it top of mind. It’s a reminder that Thanksgiving is an ideal time to truly stop and give thanks for the many blessings, big and small, in our lives.
Now more than ever, as Thanksgiving is being overshadowed by the “noise” of Christmas with early advertisements, sales, decorations and music, it’s important that we don’t lose sight of the opportunity to acknowledge the good in our lives.
But, as the saying implies, we should be thankful not just on Thanksgiving, but every day…for the warmth and comfort of our home, for the food we eat and share with others, for the clothing we wear, the transportation that gets us to and from work, play and errands, for the money we have to spend on items we need…and want. Everyday items we often take for granted.
And among us, what about our family, near and far, who are always ready to hear what’s new in our life, the co-worker who is ready to pitch in whenever we need a helping hand, the spouse and children who keep us energized and on our toes, the cashier who greets us with a smile, even the kind driver who stops to let us in in heavy traffic? The list is endless.
But how often do we stop and say “thank you” for these and the other countless blessings we receive throughout our lives? I’ve heard it referred to as the “gratitude attitude,” and it’s a pretty good one to acquire.
At Rountree Group, we understand that our clients are the fuel for our creative engine, which we put to use for you. We try to don the gratitude attitude every day by putting forth our best efforts to help you achieve your goals in smart and innovative ways. We understand that we don’t succeed unless you do. Thank you for allowing us the opportunity to help build your successes. And have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
By Lisa Hester, Senior Account Manager