“Mankind is a great, an immense family.. This is proved by what we feel in our hearts at Christmas.”
― Pope John XXIII

2021 has been a very challenging year.  But together, we’ve all made it through the pandemic—and now, it’s time to enjoy family and friends in this Christmas holiday season.  I want to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas. And, to my Jewish friends: I want you to know that I recently tried to reach out to you and your families, wishing you a Happy Hanukkah.

Sasso Family December 2021Regardless of what tradition you celebrate, let’s all enjoy this peaceful and magical time of the year.
Of course, when you think of this season, you immediately think of family.  And I’ve been looking back over my family’s experiences this past year, and want to share a few of the highlights with you:

  • My Executive Coaching practice has continued to grow.  I absolutely love working with all my clients.
  • My husband John continues his Operations and Product Development work for the start-up Nextegic.
  • My son, John Robert, played the role of Warner in “Legally Blonde” with the New England School of Performing Arts in December, and the role of Adam in “Freaky Friday” at Landmark High School in November.  In both productions, he sang, danced, and acted.  He also received all A’s on his report card.  We are so very proud of him.  He is adjusting nicely to high school and has made lots of new friends.
  • After more than 2 years of being at home and not traveling, our family went to Orlando, Florida in July, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina in October, and Williamsburg, Virginia  in November.  The family photo above is from our Myrtle Beach vacation;  the day after that photo was taken, the temp was in the 80’s and we were swimming in the ocean— in October!

We always look forward to hosting our combined Sasso & Tosi Christmas Eve Family Gathering  (consisting of approximately 40 people). Then, following that joyous occasion, our family is looking forward to going to NYC at the end of the month to take in a Broadway show with John’s mom and his brother Stephen.
We hope that you and your family had a chance to get away this year.  It’s important to recharge your batteries and have downtime with family members.  Work hard, play hard.

Finally, I want to again wish you and your family health and happiness.

With gratitude and best wishes!
Lisa Sasso,
Executive Coach & Motivational Speaker

P.S. Please share this Holiday Greeting with anyone who can benefit from my coaching business.  To book a free 15-minute mini consult:

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