TGIM

We’re all aware of the phrase, TGIF (Thank Goodness It’s Friday!)

The weekend has arrived, the weeks worth of week is behind you, and you’re so excited to go home and spend two days not thinking about work. Right? Wrong.

Why do we say this phrase? Is it because we don’t like working all week, and by the time Friday rolls around, we can barely contain our own excitement?

WHY?

Let’s pledge to make it TGIM. TGIT. TGIW. TGITh. TGIF. Thank goodness I’m at a job I love and enjoy. Thank goodness I love what I do. Thank goodness I work at a company that believes a good company culture is just as important as revenue.

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I promise to say TGIM. Will you?

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