Leadership

The Quick Thanks

Take a moment today to find something to be thankful for for each person who crosses your path.

If you’re a customer service representative, be thankful for each person who is calling: “thank you that I have the opportunity to help this person.”

Be thankful for your co-worker, spouse, partner, trash can emptier, or construction zone flagger.

In the moment, you may not realize how much they are making your life easier; a smoother commute, a clean workstation, or sharing the workload.

The practice won’t take but a second, but the habit and impact can last a lifetime.

And you may be surprised by who benefits the most.