Hello friends, Today, here in the U.S., we're celebrating the annual holiday of Thanksgiving, so I'm going to keep this short. While this holiday does have a history to it, and it's not one that we as a society should forget, I'm not honing in on that. No, today my family and I are focusing on those "things" for which we are truly thankful for (and how the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade is going to work). It might sound corny, but it is what it is. While I can't speak for my family, I can tell you what I'm thankful for my family and you.
No joke. If it wasn't for this weekly update in this niche space of project management, I don't think I'd be on the path I am now. Through my daily research for the newsletter, I've uncovered a rabbit hole that doesn't seem to have a real end. I've gone so far as to pivot my concentration from traditional PM to that of the Agile world (I'll be taking my PMI-ACP in the next few weeks). Specifically, I'm pushing the agile methodology through my daily work. It's a slow process, but I'm laying the groundwork for and with my co-workers.
Finally, I'm thankful for my family. Through this pandemic and the rather shitty year all around, they've managed to keep their spirits in check. And if they don't, well, Mom (my wife) gives a quick reminder as to why they should be thankful (all year long). I'm so glad I married her.
Have a great weekend.
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