As we approach another Thanksgiving Day, I wanted to extend a sincere “Thank you” to all of you from me and all of us here. Every day it is easy to get caught up in the day-to-day business and the “meet this deadline” or “where are we on this” rollercoaster which often causes people to narrowly focus on short-term actions or “what is happening now.” Thanksgiving is a time to step back, look at all that is around, and reflect on everything and everyone we truly have to be thankful for and don’t often spend the time to stop and say “Thank you” for during the normal daily routine.
As I look around at all of the people I have the good fortune to work with and interact with, not only here at Microsoft but all of you in the Community, through phone calls, or emails, or presentations, or in-person, etc., it never ceases to amaze me all of the genuine goodness there is and how fortunate I am to be able to interact with you all. Yes, we have our differences from time to time, and yes, we have some “interesting” dialogue now and then, but after all is said and done, I believe all of it is a direct reflection of what we hold in common… A belief that together, we can all help each other and create even more for each of us to be thankful for again.
So, in the spirit of offering thanks, here are just a few of the things I personally would like to say, “Thank you” to all of you for:
So to all of you and your families, a very sincere "Thank you" and Happy Thanksgiving wish from me to you,
Eric Ligman Microsoft US Senior Manager Small Business Community Engagement This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights
Thank you too and your entire team for not taking lucrative promotions to go work on Googlekillers and instead sticking around to make SBSC grow.
From the entire family at OwnWebNow to yours at Microsoft, thank you!
There is an interesting post over at blogs.msdn.com
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Thank you Eric, we appreciate having someone push the SBSC program while at the same time making sure we're all aware of what's going on.
Have a great Thanksgiving!