As we head into the final week of the year, many of us are taking stock of what we’ve learned in the last six months.
How did we manage to get to this point?
Is it a fluke?
Is there anything we can do to reverse this trend?
I’m going to take you on a tour of my workplace.
I’ve been here from day one and have been working to keep things running smoothly.
I’m so grateful for the support and patience that everyone has shown me in my first six months here.
I’m also grateful for all of the people that have stuck with me through the toughest times, and are giving me the confidence to keep going.
And, of course, I’m grateful for my wife, Rachel, who has been a true inspiration.
I know how important it is to have a supportive, loving, supportive family, and I’m glad to have her as my partner.
I feel so fortunate to be here and I thank God for her so much.
My staff has been supportive, and that’s been the best part of the job, right?
No one is saying that we didn’t have problems.
We had a lot of bad days, and you know, we’ve had a bunch of bad years.
But I have to say, there was no one who had a problem, no one.
So, I feel like I’m in a pretty safe place right now.
So when I go out to the office, you know I can be confident in the fact that I’m working with a team that I’ve built up, that has been there for me since day one.
Now, I have a lot to be grateful for.
I have my kids, and my wife.
They’re all wonderful people.
I want to be able to spend the rest of my life with them, so I’m just very thankful for all the support that they’ve shown me, and so many other people that are really important to me.
I’m still learning and growing as a person and a person as a leader, and it’s been an amazing journey, and now I have so many more opportunities to work with and learn from people.
So, thank you, thank your family, thank everyone who has worked with me.
And I wish you a wonderful and productive year.
And, if you’re in the same boat, please reach out to me at [email protected] and I’ll take care of everything.
If you’re looking for help getting out of stress and getting back on track, I would highly recommend the National Stress Reduction Association (NSRA).
They offer a number of services that include anxiety and depression tests, behavioral therapy, and more.
There are also free, self-guided classes in all areas of life and careers.
Check out the NSRA website for more information.
This post originally appeared at The Huffington Post.