It is easy to get caught up in the whirlwind at the start of the holiday season. You are probably working overtime to protect your customers from potential holiday-themed cyberattacks, training your technicians, or looking at how to staff your MSP over the holiday season. When we are rushed and feeling overwhelmed, it’s sometimes the best time to take a step back and count our blessings.
We talked to five MSP leaders who inspire us with their positivity and fresh approach to challenges, so we asked them to share what they are most thankful for in 2021.
“I am very thankful for the MSP community as a whole, including peers all over the globe who provide counsel and support, vendors like Kaseya that care and stand behind their products, and our team members who are the hands and feet of our daily operations. We are blessed!”
–Josh Wilmoth, CEO, CTTS
“We are grateful for a community that supports us as an MSP and products that protect our businesses we work with and do good things!
“The last year and a half was hard, but we wouldn’t change anything we went through because it made us better people and owners and transformed our company into something really special. Not all HARD is bad!”
–Brian and Mary Hamilton, Co-Founders, MAD DATA IO
“Sometimes I get so overwhelmed with the fires and frustrations that the only thing that will align me is GRATITUDE. Gratitude can’t exist at the same time as anger or frustration. I take a deep breath and realize that I have an amazing team who does great work, a safe and warm home for my kids, and a network of smart MSP business owners who always have my back. Then the world is brighter, and the load is lighter.”
–Leia T. Shilobod, CEO, InTech Solutions
“Our team has experienced a whole new set of challenges over the past 18 months. We are so thankful that they have stepped up to meet those challenges by communicating and collaborating to ensure our clients are happy and productive.”
–Lisa And Eric Shorr, Co-Owners, Secure Future Tech Solutions
“I am thankful for the MSPs that allow us to be a part of their extended teams. MSPs across the country worked tirelessly to help keep businesses open and, in many cases, thriving in 2020–21. And, of course, I am grateful for the developers and technologists who are constantly innovating and creating the technology that powers SMBs. Can you imagine what would have happened if the COVID-19 pandemic had hit in 1989 and not at the end of 2019? I can’t wait to see what the world invents next.”
–Dan Tomaszewski, SVP, Channel And Community At Kaseya
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