Gratitude

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Selfless Leadership Is Purposeful Leadership

I have a question I want you to answer honestly. When was the last time you said “Thank you.” Now, I don’t mean the nonchalant “thank you” you give to someone. I mean a sincere, heartfelt “thank you.” When was the last time you made an earnest gesture of gratitude toward someone? “Thank you” is a statement we take for granted and say in a way that has little meaning. Gratitude should be something that is true and heartfelt, not something we say off the cuff.

Our society uses the words “thank you” as a sign of respect toward an action done or a service provided. I’m not saying this is bad, but when is the last time we showed gratitude for others? When was the last time you walked up to an employee, a teammate, your boss, your spouse, or even your children and said, “Thank you”? Let me…

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Published by Saji Varghese

I propose to write on stories of human interest. I believe in the ultimate good and permanence of the human race, joy, pain and passion, and what not. Write to me at sajivarghesesbi@gmail.com

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