Let's put our heads together

Let's put our heads together

 15 Jun 2017

It is Thursday “Blog-Day” again and it is my turn to write some ‘inspirational’ words and thoughts for your enjoyment/consideration, so I shall keep it short and sweet. To say the past few weeks have been a time for reflection up and down the country is a complete understatement considering the terrible events in London and Manchester and the mind-boggling election result. It is at times like these, however, that we see communities come together offering support and witness the awesome bravery of the emergency services. It may have something to do with me hitting the big 4-0 last week but I can’t help focusing on how the majority of people out there truly want to help people in need and provide any support they can, whether that be providing water to an exhausted firefighter or offering up food and shelter to those evacuated or displaced. Which brings me to considering all of this in our daily personal and working lives – collaboration and co-operation are key to succeeding and being happy in our chosen field. To me, the relationships we make throughout our career are the most important and rewarding part of any job and it is helping others to succeed their goals that make the difference (whether that be employees, friends, clients or even complete strangers). Having recently moved into our new offices in #SpacesGlasgow it is great to see the positive dynamic of a group of like-minded small businesses all looking to support and collaborate and build a community. Surely, this is the future of business with less of a focus on the bottom line and more of an emphasis of enjoying the journey and twists and turns that your career brings, and with that the people we interact with.

To quote a famous female talk show host “Your legacy is every life you’ve touched” so let’s get out there and build relationships, support our community and build a better, more tolerant world!

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