Deepest Gratitude – Happy Thanksgiving!

Deepest Gratitude – Happy Thanksgiving!

Last Updated on November 22, 2021 by Rakesh Gupta

I’ve been a firm believer in gratitude and recognizing one’s blessings every day. Some days it appears as though none exist and those are the days one needs to look the hardest and give extra thanks. Thanksgiving provides us an opportunity to step back and be grateful for life’s twists and turns. Amen!

There are literally hundreds of blessings I receive throughout the year. I’d like to take a moment and reflect on the blessings that I am most grateful for this year.

My Family and Friends

Everything I do, I do for my family. My Mom, Dad and my future wife Meenakshi – (I am getting married next month!) – have been ‘wind beneath my wings’. Thank you! Like every family, we have our shares of ups and downs; ya, adds spieces to the life! Either because of it, or despite of it 🤣, our home is always rich with love.

I am truly blessed with an amazing family and network of supportive, beautiful friends (Amit Chaudhary, Jitendra Zaa, Ashish Yaduka, Munira Majmundar– so many to thank, so little space!). #ThankYou all!

Thank you to My Blog’s Readers, Supporters and Sponsors!

How Time flies – it has been 8 years since I first published my blog – I started by sharing my insights on Flows and Salesforce Releases. Your love and support has been one of my strongest motivations to keep going year after year. That’s why I started Automation Hour in 2016 with Jennifer Lee & David Litton to help Ohana take a deeper dive on Flows.

I want to take this opportunity to let you know how grateful I am to YOU – my blog readers, subscribers, blog sponsors, Automation Hour Presenters and entire Salesforce Ohana. Last but not least my deepest gratitude to Andrea Stratton, Frances Barrera and Munira Majmundar for helping me to rewrite 100+ Flows and Process Builder blog posts to incorporate enhancement to the tools.

Thank you for being my backbone and for your unconditional support.

Plan for Year 2022

Woods are lovely dark and deep but I have promises to keep and miles to go before I sleep and miles to go before I sleep! – Robert Frost

Below are my next year’s plans to help Ohana to learn how to migrate Workflow Rules and Process Builder to Salesforce Flows!:

  1. Frances, Pranauti & Mrudula I started migrating all Process Builder blogs to Salesforce Flow. We have been investing a lot of our personal time and so far we have migrated 15% articles to Flow. Our plan is to finish this migration by the end of June’22. If you’re interested in helping, please feel free to reach out to me.
  2. I’ve plan to create YouTube Videos for each and every Flow blog posts.
  3. Personally, I migrated 60 Workflow rules to one Process Builder in 2017. I am going to write a series of articles that will help you to migrate Workflow Rules or Process Builder to One Flow per object per Type design pattern.
  4. I am also going to start Automation Champion Office Hour twice a week from 04th January 2022:
    1. Tuesday – 12:00 AM– 12:15 PM Central
    2. Saturday – 10:00 AM – 10:30 AM Central

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As I count my blessings this year… I am counting all of you! And I’ll be thanking God for you too!

My dear friends, have a blessed and Happy Thanksgiving!

Lots of Love,

Rakesh Gupta

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