As we approach Thanksgiving Day, it is easy to forget the holiday’s purpose when we are busy answering emails, scurrying to meetings, returning phone calls, and generating reports. However, if we all vow to take the time to reflect on the many things that we have to be thankful for, we will see positive results in every area of our work life. Listed below are five of the top reasons that being thankful and displaying gratefulness generates an impressive return on our time and effort:
My hope is that by spreading a spirit of gratefulness this holiday season, we will exploit one of the simplest ways to dramatically improve both your workplace environment and personal life.
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