Stuart Young, London, UK
Take the opportunity today to say thanks.
This is the simplest thing in the world to do – and sometimes the hardest. We all have occasions where saying thanks to someone really sticks in our side. Sometimes we might even decide not to say it at all.
But saying thanks under those conditions can really make a difference, not only to the person you’re saying it to, but to you too.
When you can say thanks, and mean it sincerely, you are on the path to building a bridge with that person. That relationship could end up growing stronger or at least more bearable.
You can even say thanks to the universe for just being alive!
On the easy side – saying thanks to someone who has just held the door open for you or moved aside to let you through can brighten their day.
That thanks will wind its way through the day passing from one person to the next and the next. Be the one that starts that process off and then enjoy the thought of where it might end up.
You never know, your easy thanks in the morning could end up being someone else’s difficult thanks at the end of the day.
Nice thought huh?
Tomorrow is Monday – first day of the working week for many – give some thought right now to who you might thank at work – even if you really don’t want to.
Even if you hate your job at the moment, find someone you can sincerely thank.
Grab a copy of “Do You Hate Your Job?” right now at NO COST, if not for you then for someone you know that’s struggling to get out of bed every work day. It will you understand if you can actually fall in love with your present job, or whether it’s time to quit.
6 responses to “How often do you thank?”
Great message Stu!
Thank you Tina. 😉 (Do you see what I did there?) 🙂
Give me a hint?
I ‘thanked’ you. 🙂
Stu…that was one of my thoughts but I did not want to sound presumptuous by saying so. Your are very welcome my friend and I so enjoy the wisdom and uplifting joy that you bring my way daily in your writing 🙂
The feeling is entirely mutual – of course you know that. Thanks again Tina, great having you here. 🙂