As a kid, my mother taught me to say “thank you” whenever someone did something nice for me. It could be as simple as having a door held open, or as personal as receiving a gift.
I’ve been thinking a lot about my mom recently. She passed away several years ago, and all the wonderful lessons I learned from her still resonate with me. The most important is showing gratitude.
This got me thinking about you, and how you give thanks to those who support you and your business.
With the hectic pace of running your business, having time to reflect rarely happens, yet it is essential to your overall state of mind and directly influences the people around you.
When you take time to give thanks, people notice and good things start to happen in mysterious ways. Plus, it makes you feel good inside.
So how do you create gratitude systems to ensure appreciation becomes a habit and a natural extension of your daily routine?
Watch this video where I share 3 things you can start doing right now, to show gratitude in your business.