“Give thanks for everything…” (Ephesians 5:20 NLT). This is perhaps one of the most counter-intuitive scriptures in the Bible, suggesting that a thankful attitude is a choice rather than a response. Most often we become thankful in response to circumstances, but usually only if those circumstances are positive in our way of thinking – a benefit accrued to our account. More challenging are the times when we choose to be thankful in the middle of difficult circumstances or things not going the way we had planned.
It is easy for us at Keller Schroeder to be thankful for you, our client. It is both a choice and a response. We choose to approach each engagement with an “attitude of gratitude” for the opportunity to make things work better for you through the use of technology tools and best practices. And, as we look back into 2010 and forward into 2011, we respond to your confidence, loyalty, and partnership with a deep sense of gratitude and appreciation for our relationship with you.
Thank you for helping make 2010 a successful year for Keller Schroeder. We have never been more challenged, and never more blessed. Thank you for the opportunities you will afford us to help you make this year a successful one for your organization.
We wish you the best in 2011! Our commitment to you is that Keller Schroeder will be laser-focused on making a favorable impact each time you connect with us.
Larry May, President