Do you ever feel like we’re in the
“Modern Era of Ordering Each Other Around”?
In emails, texts, and especially in social media…
in personal and business communication…
there’s a lot of Do this! Click here! Buy now! Call me!
Please and Thank You may seem old-school
but they might be more important than ever in our Modern Era.
Please and Thank You can boost your company’s bottom line. Prospects, customers, coworkers, and associates feel respected; their time is honored, prospects are more likely to become customers, and your business is more likely to retain customers.
Thank you for your interest…and your patience as we update our site.
What is stressing you out?
And what does stress reduction have to do with gratitude?
Gratitude, used in concert with stress reduction practices, provides powerful and proven benefits in the workplace, at home, in relationships, in the community. Stress can inhibit success, effectiveness, productivity, and overall well-being for you and your business.
“There is a strong link between stress and overall health.
High stress levels, unhealthy behaviors to manage stress, and
alarming physical health consequences of stress suggest the U.S. is on the verge of
a stress-induced public health crisis.”
Source: Stress in America™ 2012 Survey – American Psychological Association
Imagine a healthier workplace! Gratitude or appreciation practices, along with stress reduction tools, can…
- increase engagement, effectiveness, and productivity
- increase employee loyalty and retention
- create repeat customers who are more satisfied and frequent your business more often
- enhance individual and team morale
- help people become happier overall; at work, at home, at school, and in the community
- even help lower blood pressure!
Giving appreciation…what we call Practical Gratitude or Gratitude Practices…is essential to personal as well as professional growth and success.
“When people are thanked for their work, they are more likely to increase
their helping behavior and to provide help to others.”
Source: Greater Good Science Center, University of California, Berkeley
The bottom line is that stress reduction and appreciation practices can improve overall health and well-being while boosting your organization’s bottom line.
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