Brooklyn, it’s been amazing

Friday, August 11th was my last day at my job. After almost seven years, I left peacefully. I had an unbelievable run there. Who could say that in one lifetime, you could transform a team, open two arenas and move another team??!!! I can. I am so incredibly proud of all we accomplished.

What touched me beyond words were the notes that I received from people on my team.

The photo below is from the reception area of our office. SO touched because usually this is ONLY done for super VIPs and partners.

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This card made me cry.

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This made me cry too.

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So grateful.

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I share these because it’s not always about the raise, the promotion, the recognition, it’s about how you treat people. It’s about understanding, listening, having compassion and empathy.

I didn’t cry at the office. I actually “ghosted”. I was OK with that. I didn’t want to leave feeling sad or upset. I wanted to walk out of there happy. As I drove across the Brooklyn Bridge, for a while, I won’t say that last time, just a while, I was happy. I was at peace with my decision.

On to the next.

 

 

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