Here in the United States, today we celebrate the annual holiday of Thanksgiving. A special day we set aside to reflect back on the past year and give thanks for everything we have been blessed with while remembering our past and history. Because today is a day of thanks, I would like to offer a sincere, “Thank you,” to each and every one of you.
While I have mentioned it several times here on the blog, I always like to re-iterate the point on Thanksgiving Day especially… I truly am thankful for the incredible opportunity I have to get to work with so many wonderful people, not just here at Microsoft, but in all of the partner organizations around the world. Every year I have the opportunity to meet, speak with, interact with, tweet with, email with, etc. thousands of people from all corners of the world around numerous topics in many different venues and forums. I continually learn things from the people in these interactions and I hope that through our interactions I am able to help them as well. This opportunity to interact with so many people from so many different organizations from so many different countries about so many different things is just one of the reasons I love what I do!
So while it may or may not be “Thanksgiving Day” for you as you read this, depending where in the world you are located, I offer you my sincere thanks for all of the interactions we have had over the past year(s), as well as for everything you do to help the millions of companies and clients you touch each and every day to become more successful and to further reach their full potential through the power of technology. It is a pleasure working with you on this journey together and I look forward to our continued interactions moving forward.
A very Happy Thanksgiving day to all of you!
Thank you and have a wonderful day,
Eric Ligman – Follow me on TWITTER, LinkedIn, and RSS and see “What I’m thinking”
Global Partner Experience Lead
Microsoft Worldwide Partner Group
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