Strive, struggle and toil are words synonymous with labor. Today, the United States celebrates Labor Day as a national holiday commemorating this country’s labor movement as well as the working individual. In recognition of the holiday, some businesses and schools are closed. How ironic is it that we don’t labor on Labor Day? However, having spent my career in healthcare, I understand many individuals work on this holiday.
For some, Labor Day signals the beginning of college football season, while for others, it indicates fall is near. This holiday celebrates accomplishments and achievements of our work. Take time today to enjoy the fruits of your hard work while planning future strategies that will pave the way for another great year full of successes.