It doesn’t matter who you are a multi-millionnaire business tycoon or the bloke next door, we all need to feel appreciated in some shape or form in our personal and professional lives.
So with that said, can you remember the last time you were thanked or the last time you thanked someone? I’m not talking about thanking someone for opening the door for you or passing the table salt. I am referring to the type of thanks where you tell a person that by them being who they are, their efforts and how they have positively impacted your life, personal or professional, is greatly appreciated and cherished.
In today’s world, we are so busy trying to keep our heads above water and keep our own lives on track, that we often slip into that dangerous mode of assuming that people know how we feel. We often hear people saying, “he knows he is doing a good job”, or “no feedback is good feedback”. I find that incredibly sad and depressing, that a simple act of thanks, which is so powerful, can be overlooked so easily.
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