It’s Christmas time. As CEO, I wanted to express to my staff how much I care about them and about why it is that they should feel good about getting up to come work at our company. Here are some snippets from the letter I sent out this morning:
“Good morning everyone. Let’s not forget the reason for the Christmas season in the midst of all of this (worldly) turmoil. For it was during turmoil those 2000 years ago that Christ entered this world. There will always be peaks and valleys in our lives. Let us always be mindful to not make hasty decisions during the highest highs or lowest lows. Rather, let us keep in mind what is God’s will for us in our lives. If we do that, we will surely be blessed.
I wanted to take a moment to thank you all for what you do at Solor. We are so much more than a billing company as I have said many times before. We save physicians lives on a daily basis: financially, mentally, and emotionally. If you haven’t been by the mysolor.com website and looked at some of our testimonials, I encourage you to do that. A lot of us ask, “What’s my purpose? Am I making a difference in this world?” I certainly can’t tell you the answer to the first question. What I can tell you is that you certainly are making a difference in the world. A very positive one.
I’ll leave you with this quote I shared with the leadership team at our Summit this year. “It’s not who we are underneath, but what we do that defines us.” -Batman, from Batman Begins Let’s make our daily actions speak volumes about who we are: A core values based company that believes in hard work and making a positive difference in the lives of others. Thank you all for you do to make Solor a great company to work for, and one that I take a great deal of pride in representing to the public. I wish everyone a safe and blessed Christmas holiday. ”
I hope that you the reader can feel as good about the company you work for and people that you work with as I do about Solor. We have an amazing team. On behalf of everyone at Solor, we wish you all the best this holiday season.