by Veterinary Practice News Editors | November 26, 2014 2:56 pm
Hard to believe it’s THAT time of year again—time to rake the leaves, prepare the feast, and remember what we are thankful for in our lives. Years ago, I bought these little foam trees, and the idea was to write something you are thankful for on a leaf, and attach it to the tree. I’ve shared this tradition with my family for many years, and it occurs to me, why not apply this activity of thankfulness with our work “family.”
Despite the tough days, hissing cats and snapping clients, we all have things we are thankful for, or else we wouldn’t keep coming to work! So get your team thinking about being thankful. One idea is to make a cut-out of a big tree to tape on a wall in the back, and provide cut-out leaves to fill the tree (along with some brief instructions to keep it clean!). Among the many things I am and have been grateful for in my career, here are a few to get your wheels turning (in no particular order):
Spread the thankful spirit, and watch the tree of gratitude blossom in your practice!
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