|Posted on 2 July, 2015 at 14:00|
Think about it! With no internet and no TV and no radio and no telegraph, how did the ground swell of patriotism make it to main street USA? Did the newspapermen translate the vision of independence into a big party? Who communicated the groundswell of enthusiasm to these new Americans to get out and join in the celebration of independence? Our President proclaimed it but our masses embraced it to celebrate family, freedom, and the joys of being a citizen of the new United States of America.
What an interesting idea this is for all of us in the corporate world. When we work with the creation of an idea, mold it, fight for it in the boardroom, and then hatch it, we bring along an entire department and hopefully a whole company to see the idea come to fruition. Bring out the champagne when the idea is a good one or sip on water as we work on it some more. Either way, it is the idea and the process that binds us to the product or the service or on a special day like the Fourth of July, indeed to the country, where our loyalties lie.
May freedom ring today in our home, our boardroom, and our country. Social media is alive with good wishes. TV, radio, and the newspapers also ring with the excitement of such freedoms. Wow! We have so many avenues to spread the news! Happy 4th everyone!
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