There are many things we celebrate in life, but what’s better than celebrating you!
We have birthday, graduation, engagement, wedding, and retirement parties. Every once in a while, you need to have a party for YOU! You may be saying that’s what birthdays are for, but this is different. This celebration is for your work ethic.
Whether you are a stay at home mom, you work for an organization, are a small business owner, or you are the president of a big corporation; you need to be celebrated.
You and many other working people get up every morning to provide a great life for your family and our world. You get up every morning and work regardless of what time you turned in the night before. You work days when you aren’t feeling well. You’ve had those days when you are sick enough to feel miserable, but not sick enough to call in sick. No matter the weather; hail, rain, sleet, or snow doesn’t stop you from doing your job. You keep working until the job is completed.
Today, we celebrate YOU!
Today is known as Labor Day because it recognizes the contributions of workers to the strength, prosperity, and well being of our country. Internationally, this day is celebrated on May 1st as International Workers Day. I believe we should recognize these hard working individuals every quarter.
You Make Our World A Better Place
You have heard the phrase, “Money makes the world go round.” Money helps with many things, but I believe people and relationships make the world go round. It is your relentless attitude to get the job done. It is the employee’s professionalism and dependability with serving the customer. It is a mother’s tenacious spirit to nurture and raise her children during chaotic times. It is the business owner’s dogged determination to steer its business in the right direction without cutting corners.
These are the people that won’t quit in life! These are the people who won’t give up! You make our world a better place!
For this reason, we CELEBRATE YOU!
If you are reading this blog, we are celebrating you! Share this with someone else. There are many people needing to be celebrated and you may be the only one who will acknowledge them. Join me in celebrating YOU! Also, help me celebrate someone else you may know who needs celebrating. You deserve this celebration. GO YOU!