Gratitude, Digital Marketing Agency

A time to be Thankful: ThinkPod Agency’s culture of gratitude

In ThinkPod by Bridget Levitz

Always be humble and kind. That has been our unofficial value statement at ThinkPod Agency for as long as any of us can remember. Today, we amend it just a bit.

Always be humble and kind, and grateful.

When you live life through a lens of gratitude, it changes everything. At ThinkPod, we might not be perfect at that all the time, but we work hard at finding the good, and being thankful for it when we see it.

We try to cultivate a culture of gratitude in the workplace. In this season of Thankfulness, we are slowing down for a beat to enjoy time with loved ones – and reflect on what we have to be thankful for here at TPA. 

Our readers

We are thankful for you. Our readers, our faithful social media followers.

“The fact that you find value in what we share in our blogs and posts means a lot to us. We always work to deliver content that matters, that can actually impact your marketing decisions – and ultimately help you achieve your business and brand goals.” – Bridget Levitz, Content Marketing Director

Our clients

New, old, past and present. You have allowed TPA to become the agency that it is today. You embrace not just our creative and strategic thinking, but even our elementary-school humor and our habit of laughing at each other. We really do love working alongside you. Your goals are our goals. We succeed together.

“We truly have great clients and I enjoy celebrating their wins with them. What an awesome mix of personalities and incredible industries. We’re truly blessed.” – Aubrey Burkhart, Owner and Thinker

“I’m thankful for the wins we’ve had this year. When we see our work bringing in new sales or customers for our clients, we might be even more excited than they are. We can’t help it, we get attached, and we care. We want them to succeed.” – Bridget Levitz, Content Marketing Director

Our Work

“I am thankful that I get to play in a sandbox of ideas and creativity for a living, and that sandbox get refilled every single day.” – Tony Pawli, Creative Director

“I am thankful that I get to work together with a bunch of like-minded people, and for my ability to visually communicate a message and evoke emotion. That I get to do what I love every day while constantly learning new things and finding improvement.” – Jennifer Gadeberg, Senior Graphic Designer

Each Other

As a team, we genuinely like each other, encourage each other – and make each other better. Our clients benefit as a result.

“I’m thankful for the entire TPA team. You are a unique, unmatched and unstoppable mix of talent, expertise, and amazingly hilarious wit. I might be biased, but I don’t think so. You guys are amazing.”  – Aubrey Burkhart, Owner and Thinker

“It’s rare to find a group of people who work together this well and can do it in the manner that we do. We do teamwork well. I’m also thankful for our constant stream of auto-correct text fails. I almost wish we could show them here. But no one want those living forever on the internet.” – Bridget Levitz, Content Marketing Director

Our Families

Our families are the ones that keep us going.

“I’m thankful for our families. We are all blessed with health, happiness and safety – and I am forever grateful for that.” – Aubrey Burkhart, Owner and Thinker

“I am also thankful for the way my children demonstrate, with no premeditated intent, everything I am doing right not only as a parent, but as a human being. I would be even more thankful if they would not also demonstrate everything I am doing wrong. But the average is good, so I’ll keep it.” – Tony Pawli, Creative Director

“I thank God for my daughters and my husband. They bring focus to my busy mind and remind me of what matters most.” – Bridget Levitz, Content Marketing Director

“I am thankful for my little life. I am blessed with amazing children who only drive me crazy sometimes… instead of all the time.  And I’m thankful that I have my “other half” that also only sometimes drives me insane. I’m thankful that I’ve never managed to squash my childlike hope, stop dreaming, or lose inspiration and that I can pass all of these things to my children, thus (hopefully) helping create a better next generation.” – Jennifer Gadeberg, Senior Graphic Designer

Remember tomorrow, between bites of turkey, mashed potatoes and stuffing (or as the tryptophan lulls you to sleep) to take a minute to think about what you’re thankful for both at work and at home. Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at ThinkPod!  (And if you are sitting at your office today reading this, and want some great info on the benefits of a culture of gratitude in the workplace – read this.)

 

 

 

 

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