Even as the world changes at an ever increasing pace, kindness and gratitude will never go out of fashion. Science tells us that grateful people are happier, healthier, and nicer to be around. Leaders who express gratitude build a team culture that reflects their values.
How can you cultivate an attitude of gratitude? Here are seven tips to help you get started:
- Look for the good in everyday situations and in those around you.
- Make a list of what you’re grateful for.
- Develop a culture of appreciation for the people and things in your life.
- Verbally express your appreciation to those who have a positive impact on your life.
- Write thank you notes and letters of appreciation to others.
- Meditate on the things you are grateful for.
- Start having positive conversations with yourself and others, focusing on the good.
Remember: what you focus on gets magnified and manifested. Give yourself the gift and power of gratitude, you’ll feel better and do better!
“Gratitude is the single most important ingredient to living a successful and fulfilled life.” – Jack Canfield