Things I am thankful for

We should always make it a point to take a few moments to reflect on the things we are most thankful for, but especially at this time of year. So, here are a few of many things I am most thankful for. 

Health and Happiness for My Family

The well being of my family without a doubt is, and always will be, my number one concern. While I am okay now, I had a scare with a back surgery and that got me thinking about how important it is to eat right and exercise and also how important it is to be happy both physically and mentally.

A Better Economy

You know, it wasn’t too long ago where there was a recession in this country. Seeing that, I’m definitely thankful for all of the things I have in my life.

Things are better financially in the U.S., but 45 million people are stuck below the poverty line (and one out of every five kids). So, we can take this time of year not just to reflect, but also about how we can establish change.

“If you want to change your life, change your intention”

We’re not quite there yet, but things are on the up. If everyone goes a little more out of the way to help those in need, we can get those numbers down.

People Collecting Sports Stuff

When you come up with an idea, you just hope that people like it. It’s great that people have such a great interest in buying sports memorabilia and I am grateful that so many of them chose my company, when coming to make their purchases in the past. It’s very fulfilling to me I have become a part of the sports fan experience in remembering the moments that make sports so special. As I start a new chapter with a new company I am thankful for sports and all of its fans.


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  • I sent a reply via email earlier. You speak of “getting better financially”(?). In the last, approximately, thirty years the cumulative wage increase for the typical United States citizen has been 1.073% while the average CEO or COO has been approximately 350%. Most working class people don’t have any savings for a “rainy” day and little to no benefits. This inequality has to change! Corporations are killing our planet for dollars, and the United States, as a country, is sitting on its hands. Brandon, you can send a message that has real depth and weight. Please think about how many people you contact.

    Michael Harriman.

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