30 Things I’m Thankful Foradmin
It’s the final countdown… there is no turning back now! To quote a famous albino python “I don’t know where I’m going, but I sure know where I’ve been.”
In any campaign, it is critical to know what direction you want to go; but in order to do that well, you need to know the backstory. I was originally planning on setting out on a bucket list of 30 things I wanted to complete before my third decade comes to a screeching halt. Like many of us, my procrastination (aka life, parenting, work and sleep) got in the way. Realistically achieving 30 things in 30 days seems a tad bit daunting. So I am going to start with going through 30 things I’ve been fortunate to accomplish in my 30’s.
1) First and foremost, I am thankful that my husband’s safe return from both deployments.
2) My youngest daughter was born and I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention the joy that has come every day since. Watching two girls grow up together has certainly had more ups than downs and I’m thankful everyday that they have each other to make us all laugh.
3)My favorite memory from 2004 Red Sox World Series win is actually taking my oldest daughter to the Rolling Rally parade. I’m almost 95% sure that we were featured in the crowd in the movie Fever Pitch ending trailer.
More to come throughout the next few days and weeks. Keep in mind the importance of laying the groundwork for any marketing campaign. Tell the story. Engage your audience. And most importantly, keep them wanting more.