I’m so impressed with client J. Schmid & Associates’ brilliant alternative to the usual company Christmas party.
J. Schmid is celebrating in a more meaningful way with random acts of kindness. Ideas like thank you notes to public servants mean kindness needn’t have a price tag. But other acts, like delivering poinsettias to the infirmed, and picking up the tab at an Aldi’s checkout line for a happily surprised shopper, are heart-warming alternative uses for the usual annual party budget. (The bonus random act? All sorts of camaraderie from the staff’s acting it all out.)
Homework: My clients, colleagues, friends, and family are all so very blessed that I struggle each year to find meaningful gifts. So how does your company celebrate the season creatively? What random act of holiday kindness might inspire your staff and those who benefit?