Here at Callis & Associates, we would like to take this week, as many often do, to be thankful for the many opportunities and accomplishments that we have been given and earned this year. As we approach the end of 2010, we are reminded of just how fast a year flies by and how quickly one person, or a team, can collectively forget those high points. It may seem cliché to write about what one is thankful for during Thanksgiving; however we see it as a chance to reflect back on the challenges we withstood as a team, goals we want to set for the coming year, and what matters most to us individuals that make up our agency.
1. Clients: We appreciate each relationship and the opportunity to continue to grow and further develop the lines of communication, trust and business. We base our success off of our clients, and hope to meet what goals remain for the year, as well as set new goals that will continue to push our partnership for years to come.
2. Influencers: In an ever-evolving industry battling a tough economy, it is comforting to know that there are those out there that are willing to share their knowledge, experience and research. In return, we hope that we have provided the same to others in the business.
3. Third Party: On a daily basis, we are reaching out to make alliances with media, vendors, and other third party affiliates. We value each connection and strive to better them every day. They truly are an important part of our success.
4. Team: We truly are a collection of individuals with many similarities and differences that come together to celebrate our triumphs and provide one another strength as a team to overcome challenges. In an industry where everything was due yesterday, we rely on one another to get the job done more than we realize. It is important that we stay united, optimistic and thankful for one another, every day, not just during the holidays.
5. Family: As many professionals do, we often spend more time with our colleagues at the office than we do at home with family. We appreciate the support and willingness to accept our “work lives” and we look forward to spending the holidays with you. We promise to hold back on using the computer or blackberry as much as possible!
Callis & Associates would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving!