SAY “THANK YOU”
The People You Neglect Can Undermine Your Success
We all have those crevices in our day. You know, when there isn’t enough time to start a project, you’re waiting for a meeting, the train is late, you’re stuck in line. Rather than check social media, obsess about the calories you shouldn’t have eaten, or rewrite your to-do list, try reviewing the past week and take a minute to thank someone who made a difference in your day, your project, or your mood. A sincere thank you is motivational Miracle-Gro, and yet the office ranks dead last among the places people express gratitude.
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