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Gratitude Is An Attitude – The Super Power of Thank You

Gratitude is an Attitude. Thankfulness, Gratitude, Thank you

I love Thanksgiving! It is a time to reflect on the most important things in my life and my families life. Are you doing the same? It is healthy to look at those things that matter most and to reflect on each blessing.

There is power in gratitude, and the simple, but super powerful words, of Thank You. I hope that each of you will take the time to thank those you lead.

Here are five of our most popular posts in the past on gratitude.

1. Inspirational Teamwork Story – Something to think about…

Not only is this one of our most popular posts on gratefulness, but also one of our most popular posts of all time.

We often get so caught up in the daily grind of life that we fail to recognize all of the good others have and are doing for us. This is a great story to share with your teams and will truly generate a greater attitude of gratitude.

Based on the true story of a pilot who realizes that others played an important part in saving his life, this account will inspire, motivate and move you and your teams to great heights of thankfulness.

2. How Leaders Can Develop an Attitude of Gratitude and Sleep Better Too!

Not only does being grateful make you happy, it can be used as a sleep aid too. Try the suggestion in this post around sleeping, it really works.

3. The Benefits of Gratitude – 3 Reasons Leaders Can’t Afford Not to Be

Did you know that being grateful has tremendous benefits? Listed in this post are three specific benefits that can change your life. As a leader, it could change the lives of those you lead too.

4. Be a Grateful Leader – Thank You and You’re Welcome Goes a Long Ways!

Gayle Lasalle provided this guest post a couple of years ago and it was well received. One particular story Gayle shares is that of a time when she was having lunch with a Granddaughter who was three years old at the time. She noticed that after saying “thank you” to the waiter, he failed to acknowledge her by saying “you are welcome.” Gayle makes an important observation in this post – if a 3-year old can take notice, you can bet others do as well.

5. Two of the Most Powerful Words Leaders Can Say: And Why You Should

Reflect, express and reap the benefits of Thank You. This recent post includes a powerful story on deep gratitude. The question is posed, when is the last time you felt deeply grateful as a leader?

This is the perfect time of the year to share this with your teams, colleagues or anyone else. Please “Share” it, “Tweet” it, “LinkedIn” it, “Email” it, “Google Plus” it, or “Like” it, by using one of the buttons below. Thanks friends! 

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