This year, I am thankful, professionally, for a new adventures speaking to audiences large and small, new friends and readers likes yourself, and new doors that have opened, some of which I didn’t even know existed around this time last year.
How we say thank you is one of the most important habits we can develop over our lives. It’s not to say what the right way is, but sometimes it’s simple acceptance while other times, it’s a gesture or gift we can give that will have enduring value and meaning to the person we’re grateful for (or to).
There are many ways to say thank you. Expressing gratitude changes us, neurologically, and emotionally. Try a new way this holiday season, with family, friends, or the helpful stranger who is part of your life for only a moment or two.
Always remember, “thank you” is the sincerest form of attention.
Founder, The Idea Enthusiast. Speaker, Trainer, Facilitator, and writer about all things creative consulting. DC-based consultant to individuals who want to be more creative, teams who want to collaborate without fear, and anyone who wants to deliver the best pitches and presentations.