20 Dec

Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays

Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!  This Holiday Season is especially important to be grateful for all our blessings. Yes, it has been a year unlike any over the past 102 years with this COVID pandemic.

Enduring hardship is no fun, yet from these hardships, each of us has grown. Through better listening, active compassion, and practicing gratitude I was able to bring joy into my life. It has made a difference.

To honor the holiday, I want to share a Top Ranked Gratitude App that I discovered online. I found it very helpful in staying consistent with my gratitude entries. Using this free Gratitude app for the past six weeks my positivity, health, happiness, and joy at home, and the office have improved.

I am already connected with many of you on Linkedin. If you are already successful in keeping a Gratitude Journal, congratulations. I look forward to hearing about your success. If we are not connected, please send me an invitation to join your network on LinkedIn.

For a Christmas gift this year, let’s all do what’s right for the next guy. Let’s pledge to do it every time, not only when it is easy and not only in this Holiday Season but every day this year. Then we’ll see what can happen to our world. It needs to start with each one of us.

Happy Holidays, Michael Steele,

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you and your families

Michael Steele
Business/Professional Coach, ACC

In 1987 when the market crashed this debacle on Wall Street eventually gave me “my shot” to move to Institutional sales and bond trading desk. Institutional Sales and Trading were my true ambition in the world of Wall Street from the start. It was on the Trading Desk that I genuinely felt in the game. Working as a bond trader allowed me to build relationships with Wall Street firms on one side of the trade and our advisors in the sales branches on the other. Subscribe to The LeaderBoard Letter

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