Posts Tagged ‘Gratitude’

We’re Giving Thanks Today!

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(The Secret Service guards two California turkeys on their way to the Turkey Pardoning Ceremony with President Obama – NBC Bay Area)

This Thanksgiving week we’re reflecting on what we’re grateful for here at Full Court Press. Below are a few communications lessons and insights we’re thankful we’ve learned this year. We’re including some of our favorite nonprofits for #GivingTuesday on December 1st.

We’re sending huge thanks to our partners, clients, and collaborators who have made 2015 a great year for us! Thank you for sharing your ideas, your passion, and your time with us this year.

Giving Thanks (For the Non-Obvious Stuff)

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Thanksgiving

As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, its a great moment to reflect on gratitude.  At FCP, we are thankful for our clients and the work they ask us to do.  We are also grateful for our collaborators, colleagues and friends.  As individuals, we are thankful for our family, our health and our community.  So, in honor of the day, we wanted to share some non-obvious things we are thankful for.

Hey, FCP team…what are you thankful for?

Edit: Gorgeous walks to and from work. I am so lucky to live right near Lake Merritt and walk to work every morning. I am greeted with sunshine reflecting off the water in the morning and the “necklace of lights” that encircles Lake Merritt in the evening. Top that off with a view of the Cathedral of Light, and what more could a girl ask for?

Debra: Dialectical Thinking, Perseverance, & the Bay Area

Zoe: the tasty cappuccinos at Modern Coffee

Sarah: I was able to visit Mendocino County for the first time.

Josh (The Intern): Good Bay Area sports teams/ESPN Insider, cooking, music and the Internet

Dan: Great fiction, SportsCenter, Spotify, and the 24/7 news cycle (sometimes). And given that the confluence of Thanksgiving and Hanukkah won’t happen again for 70,000 years, I’m thankful for seeing this happen as well.

Happy Thanksgiving friends!