If you’re really thankful, what do you do? You Share.
– W. Clement Stone
This week in the U.S., we’re celebrating Thanksgiving. Some folks use this time to start their holiday shopping and get a little crazy with the whole black Friday thing. But for those of you who don’t live in the States, that’s really not the point of this holiday.
It’s about taking the time to give thanks for all of the things we are are grateful for in our lives.
So for Thanksgiving this year, I’d like to write a special letter to my readers, especially for those of you who were here at the start of this thing:
My Dear Friends,
As I reflect on my ‘things I’m grateful for’ list this year, I can’t help but think about all the changes that have happened here at Inner Social Media-ness.
My blog stats have continued to grow. That just warms my heart to know that I’ve continued to connect with so many new people.
I’m thankful to see you show up and read and post your comments when you have so many options out there to capture your attention. Your presence on my site is certainly not something that I take for granted.
I am truly grateful to you for choosing me as one of your sources for social media marketing tips for small business owners. Solopreneurs are my most highly valued customers and it has been a sincere pleasure writing for you this year.
Your honest suggestions and feedback have helped me shape my business to best fit your needs and I look forward to working even closer with you in 2015 when I launch my new online programs.
During this time of thanks, I want to remind you to take time out of your busy lives and reflect on all of the wonderful things that you might have overlooked while rushing to meet a deadline, trying to make it to the next meeting or dropping your kids off at school.
Finally, thank you to everyone who makes all of this possible. I’m looking forward to growing our relationship in 2015 and I thank you for allowing me to provide social media solutions for the work that matters the most to you.
To all of you, I want to say a special Thank You.
Penney @ Inner Social Media-ness
Let us remember that, as much has been given us, much will be expected from us, and that true homage comes from the heart as well as from the lips, and shows itself in deeds. ~Theodore Roosevelt