Gratefulness turns unhappiness on its head. People run toward gratefulness and away from ingratitude. Thankfulness feels like love.Ungratefulness feels like hate. Gratitude invites.Ingratitude repels. Gratitude transforms. Gratitude project: Think of someone who has… Continue reading
Talented leaders rise on the wings of gratitude. The 5 enemies of gratitude: #1. Bob Betterthan. Bob is an expert faultfinder. He’s ungrateful because no one quite measures up. #2. Sam Serveme. Sam… Continue reading
Ingratitude is a bag of rocks that weakens knees and slows progress. Ingratitude is fatigue. Gratitude is opportunity. Gratitude turns a new day into a beginning. Trajectory: Gratitude fuels upward trajectory. Gratitude invites… Continue reading
Gratitude is lift in the wind.
A friend and CEO sent me an email after reading Monday’s post, “Can Gratitude Be a Bad Thing? Yes!” He writes, “Why do I feel this post began with my name?” “I find… Continue reading
Ingratitude is breathing through a narrow straw while running a marathon. Definition: Gratitude is noticing and acknowledging benefit or advantage. Feeling grateful isn’t part of my definition of gratitude. We live one of… Continue reading