ArCompany places a high importance on the relationships we have cultivated among our readers, clients, and personal friends. Sometimes it feels as if technology has accelerated the pace at which we work, and has done much less to alleviate the burden. We get involved with assignments, projects, and meetings which take us away from the people we care most about.
Our constant connected-ness and the pressure to move faster makes receiving a thoughtful hand written noted during the Holiday Season is such a remarkable gesture. What was once a necessity has become a luxury in our world of email, text messages, and status updates. This year the staff of ArCompany wanted to return to the days when companies sent heartfelt greetings to the people who really matter to their business. Please accept the following notes as tokens of our gratitude.
ArCompany’s Holiday Season Greetings, Personal Notes from Staff
“Wishing you and all of the people in your life the very best this holiday season! – Joe”
“This year was transformative in many ways. It brought the blessing of co-workers who I also call friends. Looking forward, I am filled with hope for the New Year and the potential adventure I can see over the horizon of 2014’s setting sun.
All the best to you, your loved ones, and friends this holiday season. – Susan Silver”
“As we close out 2014 at ArCompany my overwhelming emotion is of being deeply blessed. I am grateful as we look forward to 2015, and wish you all a Merry Christmas and very Happy New Year! – Amy Tobin”
“Twas the night Before Christmas
And all through the cloud
Not a Creature was texting
No smartphone allowed.
To our family, our friends
We give them our thanks
Our clients, our partners
and all our think tanks
#MerryChristmas to All
And to all a GN8!
(Net lingo for good night)
Bob Jones, Sales Elf”
“I have never been more thankful than at this moment. I have blessings of dear friends, a loving family, my health and many promises of a great new 2015.
All the best this holiday.- Hessie Jones”
What are you grateful for this year?
Susan Silver is a community focused strategist who uses social data insights as the foundation of her work with ARCOMPANY. Her philosophy “Humanity in Data” is informed by a background in cognitive-behavioral psychology. She is making positive change in people’s lives, and the world, with thoughtful communication on behalf of her clients.