In keeping with our August Professional Gratitude Campaign, we’ve been sharing much about the “WHY” of a gratitude practice, and now we’d like to share the “HOW.” In this post, we share some helpful — and easily implemented ideas on how to practice gratitude.
What does gratitude and saying “no” have in common?
As we discovered in one of our earlier posts, gratitude elevates our self-esteem, empathy and mental strength. And studies have shown that those who rank higher on the gratitude scale are more sensitive and empathetic towards others. And we can assure you that this extends to ourselves as well!
As we stated in our last post, when gratitude is at play, EVERYONE is a winner! That’s right, Gratitude Improves Your Social Life!
When you’re in your best emotional and physical health, you’re relaxed, balanced and able to handle things in a much more understanding, compassionate, helpful, and kind manner. And who doesn’t love a person that allows them the safe space to just be?