Nao Media is Thankful Beyond Thanksgiving

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In 2014, Nao Media is thankful for so much and below, Chris Craft and Jasmin Martin list just a few of the things we’re thankful for. It’s important to remember the spirit of the holiday and not solely focus on heaps of food we’ll be devouring today. So follow our lead and meditate on what you’re thankful for. Without further adieu:

In 2014, Nao Media is thankful for:

  • God’s blessings over our entire business
  • Our incredible team
  • Our awesome clients
  • Our awesome new website (big shout out to Octavia at Creative Juice)
  • Our new office space in ATL at Opportunity Hub x GIANT

In 2014, Chris is thankful for:

  • My loving and supportive family
  • The promise of the City of Atlanta spiritually, culturally, and economically
  • The power of the written word
  • The growing respect for the importance of quality content for business
  • Google giving more clout to social media signals in their pagerank algorithm

In 2014, Jasmin is thankful for:

  • My entire support team: family, friends and colleagues who inspire me to work hard and keep striving for excellence
  • The opportunity to do what I love for a living
  • The shift in the marketing industry to see the value of digital content for business
  • The new additions to social media channels that allow us to diversify our content to better access audience
  • Twitter chats. I’ve learned so much from conversations with  marketing/PR professionals about advancements, ideas and trends in the industry.

Thanksgiving is more than a seasonal time to acknowledge family or charitable giving. The concept of being thankful should be a regular occurrence considering there’s so much we could be thankful for. Whether it’s a major win like getting that promotion we’ve been working hard for or a small victory like getting a close parking spot – there’s always an opportunity to be thankful. The late Maya Angelou once said, “be present in all things and thankful for all things.” This holiday, we encourage you to shift your concept of Thanksgiving to extend beyond a dinner prayer. Let us be grateful for our many blessings and always mindful of those who have less. Let us not focus on the feeling we get we when we receive from others, but may we get the same feeling when we’re able to give to others. Let’s begin to practice having an attitude of gratitude year-round.