Show gratitude, yes.
Be thankful, of course.
But be an appreciator and you will inspire others in a meaningful way.
Thank you for doing such a good job (and then provide specific evidence).
Be present when others are doing something special (don’t be quick to leave).
Shout out on social media to tell their world and yours.
If employers and bosses were appreciators, it would cost them $0 to highly motivate their team.
If you’re on a team, an appreciator helps smooth over lapses by employers who take people for granted.
Don’t forget home where spouses, partners, loved ones and children come to life when you become one of the few people in it that actively appreciates them as an individual.
These are 3 ways above to begin right now.
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