In life you will meet two types of people: the ones who will build you up and the ones who will tear you down. In the end, you’ll thank them both.
Gratitude turns “what I have” into “I have enough”.
A person who is nice to you but is not nice to the waitress is not a nice person.
Be grateful for 3 things every day If you’ve had a difficult day at work, at school or at home, gratitude is probably the last thing on your mind. Yet it should be the first thing. Why? It’s simple: gratitude releases endorphins, in much the same way that they’re released when you eat chocolate – [...]
Go ahead and make someone’s day every day by writing a note Sometimes encouraging words make all the difference. According to an article in Social and Personality Psychology Compass, positive feedback increases people’s confidence that they are able to pursue their goals. The best way to give that feedback when someone isn’t there is to [...]