We are reminded that as we express gratitude to each other – and for each other – we can foster a deeper sense of community
This November marks two significant events – the mid-term elections and the celebration of the Thanksgiving holiday.
With the important elections behind us, we must admit to a sense of relief that the negativity reflected in the proliferation of campaign mailers and advertisements is also over for now.
We much prefer to shift our focus to the Thanksgiving holiday and the many people and opportunities for which we are so grateful. In fact, as we choose to reflect on all that makes us grateful, the list of people, experiences, and opportunities seems to grow endlessly.
In our role as professional association managers by which we seek to support and build communities, we are reminded that as we express gratitude to each other – and for each other – we can foster a deeper sense of community with everyone we encounter.
In advance of the actual Thanksgiving holiday later this month, we simply want to take this opportunity to express our gratitude to each of you – and for each of you - our friends, acquaintances, colleagues, and clients.