“Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things.” —Robert Brault, freelance writer I am so grateful that I broke my leg skiing in Park City, Utah five years ago. I was enjoying the second day of a three-week ski vacation. As you might imagine, I didn't feel that grateful … Continue reading Gratitude Turns Trash Into Treasure
Thanksgiving is a traditional time of year we stop and metaphorically “smell the roses” giving thanks and appreciation for what we have. What if gratitude were a strategy for better work as well as a better life? It can be. Especially in the areas where entitlement and low engagement are an issue. Gratitude increases positive … Continue reading Gratitude-A Culture Strategy
Why is gratefulness bold? Because it’s disruptive.
“Don’t carry your mistakes around. Instead place them under your feet to use as stepping stones.” – Unknown
The status quo, as it applies to our lives, is the result of our habits. Challenging the status quo is challenging our habitual way of seeing and doing.
There is a short cut to having more in our lives. It doesn’t cost anything and anyone can do it.
But many of us don’t.
It’s called gratitude.
No situation is too dire to not be able to find something to be thankful for. Even if it is only the fact that you are able to read this post (or to write it).