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Every Day Gratitude

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John F Kennedy Quote about gratitude

Every Day Gratitude

How many of us express gratitude when our alarm clock sounds each morning? What about thankfulness for a new day of opportunity to learn and grow or the chance to meet new people and gain new perspective? Or, the opportunity for a new challenge? How often do you show appreciation for the ability to create purposeful work?


It’s easy to take the opportunity of each day for granted when we’re living out routines 24/7 each week, month, year. It can be difficult to see the beauty in our routines. However, if we were to shift our perspective to change our daily outlook from “I have to do this…” to “I’m fortunate to be able to do this…”, imagine how much more fulfilled our days will be.


At LEAD, we are thankful for the past, present, and future. Without the people, experiences: good and bad, and opportunities we have experienced, our company would not be the LEAD you see today.


We are incredibly thankful for our fellow co-workers, aka LEADers, our clients who’ve put their trust in us, and the evolving and challenging marketplace in which we operate. We are also thankful for the LEADership in our office and in our community that allows us to continue learning and gaining knowledge in our field.


As we celebrate this season of Thanksgiving, let’s remember to live by our gratitude every day, regardless of where it falls on our calendar. Take this as a reminder to be thankful for the people in our lives, the experiences we absorb, and the work we produce.


Let’s show this gratitude in how we do what we do, happy Thanksgiving, and every day!


“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.”

– John F. Kennedy

About Matt Tiedgen

Matt brings extensive advertising industry experience to LEAD Marketing Agency with expertise in delivering a positive return on investment, through strategic account planning and management and media planning, buying, and measurement.

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