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Hope and Gratitude in Time of Thanksgiving from Scion Analytics

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Thanksgiving is a holiday inspired by one of the most potent emotions – gratitude. To be present in all things and thankful for all things is an iridescent gift bestowed by life, a fragile wonder woven with complexity and contrast.

Gratitude In 2020

2020 has been a year that amplified the need for gratitude in our lives and hearts. An unprecedented time in history that halted the world with fear for safety and exposed the vulnerability of collective humanity. When the history books reflect on 2020, the historians will surely write about the darkness and the losses, the rhythm of existence interrupted.

In the face of a grim present, we unite and overcome with hope, service, and compassion. We look to a better tomorrow with our families, friends, and communities healed by hope stronger than fear.

Thanksgiving At Scion Analytics 

At Scion Analytics, as we gather around the Thanksgiving table with our families to pause and express gratitude. An appreciation for the holiday feast abundant with turkey and the fixings. A reflection on the hard work during the year that gave us meaning and helped people with better solutions. A comfort in the knowledge that joy is hidden within the present moment.

We carry with us a deep feeling of gratitude expressed individually and felt collectively.   

Scion Analytics Team Reflections

From the executive team, Jim Eddy, Chief Executive Officer said: “I am thankful that God is in control”. Tom Lipscomb, Executive VP mentioned: “I am thankful for the opportunity to turn ideas into reality. Danny Murawinski, Chief Marketing Officer expressed: “I am thankful for my beautiful wife. My wife has always supported me throughout my journey. From my snowboarding career, to my entrepreneurial endeavors, to growing a family, my wife has been there for me. We have two amazing boys, one 2.5 and the other just 2 months old, along with a 4-year-old German shepherd and a bearded dragon. My wife has believed in me even when I did not, all while raising our family full time. I would not be the man I am today without her. My gratitude towards her only grows as we continue our journey through life.”

From the marketing department, Fiona May, Director of Marketing shared: “This year has certainly been one for the books, and as we celebrate the holidays, the one word that resonates with me is simply GRATITUDE … gratitude for life and the things we often take for granted. I am grateful for life and the possibility of my next breath – a possibility that a lot of people lost this year; I am grateful for my family, they are the of source of my passion and an unwavering pillar of support; I am grateful for my faith that has kept me grounded during these uncertain times; and lastly I am grateful for the opportunity with Scion Analytics to make a meaningful impact on the world.”  The Solutions Director, Len Terranova, continued: “I am thankful for my friends and family and that we are all doing well in our work and personal lives.” A sentiment from Marina Roukalova, Content Creator: “I am deeply thankful for the ability to professionally excel in my creative talents which may give a spark of hope and aesthetic refuge to my family, friends and readers”. Social media manager, Kristy Martinez shares: ” I think this holiday is unique because it remained modest, less consumerized and provides the perfect opportunity to thank and cherish the people around us. First of al, I’m thankful for my amazing family. I have a wonderful husband who I’ve been married to for 4 years. We have one son. My family is a great group of people. They are supportive and thoughtful. If I need anything, I know I can count on them. Secondly, I am grateful to Scion Analytics for giving me such a great opportunity to unmask my talents and have such an open creative flow. This company has already shown me what they are capable of as well as the immense potential for growth, such a great hardworking group of people. Lastly, I am reminded everyday how grateful I am to be healthy. The same goes to the healthy of my family, I couldn’t be more grateful that they are healthy and doing well”.

Alexandra Haynes, Software Tester, concluded: “2020 has been anything but normal yet what I am most thankful for this year is friendships. So, this is a toast to all the friends out there. Y’all are the real MVPs!”

Happy Thanksgiving 

From the Scion Analytics team to you and your family, we wish you a Happy Thanksgiving! May you have abundance in your life marked with effusive joy and beautiful moments. Time continues even after it stands still, may you fill the days to come with gratitude on every occasion.

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