We can never bring anything to us unless we are grateful for what we have. In fact, if somebody was completely and utterly grateful for everything, they would never have to ask for anything, because it would be given to them before they even asked.
That is the power of Gratitude.
May the joy be with you,
Author of best selling "The Secret".
A colleague was telling me how he was struggling with his three-year-old marriage. I asked him: "When did you last say something nice to your wife?"
"Like what?" he replied.
That impromptu moment set me thinking big-time. What if he really doesn't know how to say nice things to those he is trying to love? Does he really not have the words in his mind?
In the weeks that have followed I've been assembling all sorts of 'nice things' we could say to each other - just in case the cupboard is bare.
Sometimes all we need is a bit of a jump start. The next few blogs will hold out jumper leads for those who are in need of a bit of spark.
I've just re-published "The Five Biggies" - my 2010 expose on workplace engagement. I did months of research back then and found the same reports no matter where I looked. The same five dynamics were being adopted to address the very costly problem of disengagement in the workplace.
Have a look:
Being honest and kind at the same time is an ideal - a famous man once said: "Beware the death of ideals."
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