November 24, 2015 Issue

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14 Responses to “November 24, 2015 Issue”

  1. Shirly Livermont Says:

    Great message!!! We all need to extend our thanks and appreciation to all our employees and friends, we need to do this more than most of us do.

  2. Dawn Horn Says:

    Love it…. So simple yet so inspiring! Thanks for sharing Glenn. It is especially appropriate for the “reason for the season”!

  3. Amie Says:

    Happy Thanksgiving…..love your articles. Short, to the point, and they make an impact! Thanks!

  4. Laurie Newcomb Says:

    Thank you. I have been very sick for a week and I seem to be surrounded by angry people. But your e-mail put a smile on my face and gave me a plan of action for the rest of my week.

  5. Carol Huskey Says:

    I would like to join JZ in saying, YOU, GLENN SHEPARD, are loved, appreciated, and I’ll add admired and respected! Thank you and may you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!!

  6. Wendy Stafford Says:

    Thank you, Glenn. You are a prince among men!

  7. Lisa Says:

    I understand and appreciate the sentiment of what you have written.
    What concerns me is the title of the newsletter “Work is not for Sissies”, particularly the word Sissies.
    The dictionary defines it as “a boy who is weak or who likes things that girls usually like” or “a person who is weak and fearful” or “Disparaging and Offensive. an effeminate boy or man”.
    I believe this word has an offensive meaning to some and its use is of concern to me, so I thought I would send a note.

  8. Scott Says:

    When my mother was diagnosed with a terminal illness years ago, see said something that I shall not ever forget. She said; “I’m going to see more sunsets, eat more ice cream, and tell more people that I love them”.

    The beauty of this is, she did.

  9. john knuth Says:

    Yes, Glenn – that is a hard thing, to say ” I love you” But so needed – that phrase is the most important thing a human can say to another. AND, it open roads, determines boundaries and invites a casual reply or snarky comeback. My Dad, gone one year now, told me, when I told him I loved him RIGHT after our Mom died, replied to me (in jest !) ? ” Now we’re gay” A lot of people were around this encounter and most of them laughed out loud. That was my dad, just breaking the ice………….THANKS for a simple, yet really necessary lesson.
    John Knuth Midwest Sound and Lighting – Omaha NE

  10. Peggy Says:

    A very happy Thanksgiving to you and yours! Thank you for all you do – I appreciate and value your work and words!

  11. Bethany Lofgren Says:

    Thank you so much for this timely reminder. It was perfect to hear for me and wonderful to realize what was missing a bit. I plan to try to put this into action now. Your timeliness is amazing for relevance and I appreciate your assistance to make work enjoyable for all. Happy Thanksgiving and I appreciate and value your work and words.

  12. George Lomas Says:

    Thank you for your continued inspiration.

  13. Lynn Says:

    Thank you for your awesome message. I always look forward to your e-mails. There is something in each one that I can share with my co-workers and others to hopefully encourage them as well. You are doing an awesome job with the calling on your life.

  14. maryann vasquez Says:

    Thanks for sharing and to let us all know that here in America are successful people that give words out of thier mouth to feel special as a human!

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