“Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgiving, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings.” – William Arthur Ward


Showing gratitude is the one thing that will never fail you. Being grateful, among other things, can improve your emotional health, improve relationships, create greater workplace and personal satisfaction, and invite greater focus and grounding to your life.  There are times when being grateful comes easy, and our hearts are full. However, when things seem to be falling apart, feeling gratitude may be tricky. True gratitude, however, comes when we can muster up something wonderful within the everyday, or even in the midst of the muck.


I reached out to the experts at ProfitKeeper, and here are just a few of the many things they feel grateful for this season and every day:


  • Family

  • Job

  • Thankful for the invitation for gratitude

  • View of “wildlife” from office window: owl, hawks circling and diving, a roadrunner than came to the door, then ran across the parking lot

  • Co-workers laughing at my jokes

  • Thank-you notes

  • Funny Halloween costumes over the years

  • Family work parties

  • “Good times” with co-workers, “wonderful” co-workers

  •  Clients who believe in our product as much as we do

  • Exciting adventures and opportunities

  • New clients who have joined our team

  • Professional and fun team


Collectively, we share a general sense of gratitude for our families, friends, co-workers and our amazing clients and partners. Our hearts are full this Thanksgiving season, and always, for being able to help others become more successful.


We wish you all a wonderful season of thanksgiving and hope that you will take a moment this day and every day to find joy and blessings in the “common” and “ordinary.”


Happy Thanksgiving!