We must find time to STOP and THANK the people who make a DIFFERENCE in our lives. – John F. Kennedy
Expressing appreciation to those who have helped us is important… to them. One of the inherent characteristics of human beings is that we always want to be acknowledged for any good we do. It simply feels amazing and encourages people to do more good. This acknowledgement practice alone can transform the world for the better.
I challenge you to write down a list of at least five people who have impacted you on a positive way and give them a call (no email, if possible) and let them know (a) the difference they have made in your life and (b) that you appreciate them for their service and kindness. You’ll be slowly but surely changing the world.