Why do we say thanks at home, thanks at the store, thanks on the street, but are not so keen to say thanks in the workplace?
There are many reasons, but what is strange is that when we do say thanks at work we feel happier and more fulfilled. So, why aren’t we doing it and how can we cultivate a culture of gratitude in our workplace?
What are the sources of meaningful experiences at work? Check out this article for a list of what creates meaning at work. Of course, it’s different strokes for different folks, but see what resonates for you.
8 Ways Article
“What makes some people more successful in work and life than others? IQ and work ethic are important, but they don’t tell the whole story. Our emotional intelligence — the way we manage emotions, both our own and those of others — can play a critical role in determining our happiness and success.”
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Saying goodbye to the weekend and hello to another work week can make Monday feel like a major bummer. Instead of drowning your sorrows in coffee and spreadsheets, give your mood a little boost with random acts of kindness.
14 Acts of Random Kindness
YES. EVERYONE’S A LITTLE INTROVERTED. EVERYONE’S A LITTLE EXTROVERTED. AND EVERYONE CAN WORK BETTER BY EMBRACING BOTH QUALITIES. Great article from Fast Company.
A master in the art of living draws no sharp distinction between work and play
I really loved reading this story in the Zen Pencils newsletter I received today. I think it’s the greatest thing when people get clear on what they’re passionate about and take action to follow their dream.
An Australian following her dream