Contrary to popular thought, gratitude does have a place inside of every workplace.
For more than a decade, researchers have been studying the effects of a positive mindset and its byproducts of increased productivity, creativity, and engagement.
Gratitude creates an optimistic way of thinking.
Are you aware that grateful people can have 10% fewer stress-related illnesses? That translates into lower absenteeism at work. Workers who feel well, work harder and smarter too. Individuals who find more to appreciate in their lives become better problem solvers and produce higher quality work. That’s how gratitude shows up in the bottom line of any business.
We humans have it backwards. You might think that success will drive your happiness, but we have discovered that it is just the opposite.
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