I promise I understand that this is a time when you don’t want to read much, so that this will be a short blog post. I also understand, though, if you want to pretend to take a long time to read it, for no one wants to work much this week and you can use it to kill time.
But I did want to talk a little bit about the concept of Thanksgiving. It is a time when we get to count the blessings in our life, often including wonderful things like our friends and family, but not always including work. This makes sense as we tend to revel in the things we choose to do and not the things that we often feel we have to do.
I, however, am very thankful for the work that I do.
And that is because of you, those of you who I get to serve as clients and those who think enough about what I have to say to read those words.
My job comes with the luxury of getting a first-hand view of the benefits that our work does for our clients. Whether it’s just clean, easy bookkeeping or guidance toward ever-growing profits, it is heartening to work with good people that I admire and to help good things happen for them. A lot of that work has felt extra special this year, too, as we prepare together to navigate a new tax landscape.
So this seemed an appropriate time to give a simple thanks for that opportunity.
Now get back to work … or at least make it look like you did.
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