It’s the end of an old year and beginning of a new one. Time to take stock of what you have and want to accomplish over the next year. After reflecting on everything I realized the greatest thing to me is my friends and what they’ve given me. And to that, and them, I’m very thankful and felt like I must say thank you in this blog.
This post is just a little thank you to everyone who I owe a debt of gratitude for all the help they’ve given me throughout this past year.
It’s been a trying year for my beautiful wife and me. I won’t go into the details, but suffice to say financial and health issues have dominated us. I have to say thanks to the one who resides upstairs in the heavens for much of the help we’ve been given.
It’s not like in the TV or the movies. The help he has moved our way has been subtle and diverse. The kind of help that many people would say was blind luck or of their own doing and hard work.
And of course those who were moved by him to assist us need to be thanked as well. From close friends, far too many to mention, to the Salvation Army, thanks Len and Major Candy. And how can I leave out those of you who faithfully follow my blog and my tweets! If it wasn’t for you, then I wouldn’t be writing!
In 2015, I will continue to write, speak, train, & consult to try and help save lives and prevent the carnage that WPV and SV makes of survivors, family, and friends, not to mention communities.
Please keep tapping the keystrokes and reading this blog and if you have any ideas for topics, improvements, or whatever, let me know. AND if you really wanna give me a boost…then re-tweet or pass along the address/postings as you wish. That would definitely be very much appreciated.
Again, thank you for continuing to read and have a joyous, wonderful, success filled 2015. And may God bless you as he has us.
Robert D. Sollars is a recognized expert on workplace violence prevention and other security issues. With numerous interviews, blogs, articles, and 2 books he has proven himself in the security arena for more than 31 years, and 23 studying workplace violence issues.
His latest book ‘one is too Many: Recognizing & Preventing Workplace violence is available for numerous e-book formats. It helps all organizations to reduce their risk and limit their liability of an incident. And it does this by breaking the rules in several ways, as well as following conventional wisdom in others.
He utilizes his years of field knowledge to give real life examples of incidents pulled from both his own experiences and the news headlines. Contact him at 480-251-5197 or Visit his Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/oneistoomany, Here you will see and read about other items related to WPV/SV as well as incidents you may not have heard or thought about.