“I was born in and I am living in Bulgaria. Ever since I was a kid, painting has been my favourite way of expressing myself. After I graduated, I continued working in the field of architecture. For a year and a half I used to be the holder of a little art space, a gallery named Gluharche (Dandelion). At this point of my life, I am grateful that I have the opportunity to devote myself to what I dearly love. I believe every single person does need to express him/herself in his/her own way because the way we live and the energy we put in our work, influence the world and universe around us. The best we can do is to devote fully to what we are doing in every single moment of our lives. That is why I am happy I can share my art with you. I hope it will be a source of just the same positive emotion, that it has been created with.”
Something so simple. Yet, so true. Yes, it takes time. Yes, an introvert would need to leave the safety of their comfort zone. Making a human connection. I care. You matter. Need to work up to top of the ladder. See full and worthy post from The Chief Happiness Officer:
“Please do not underestimate the effect of something as simple as saying good morning at work. Studies show that when you have a good start to your work day, you’ll typically have a good day. Here’s our easiest and best tip for kicking your work day off with happiness: The Level 5 Good Morning. We call it that because there are several approaches to saying good morning at work:
- Level 0: You ignore people completely
- Level 1: A somewhat unintelligible grunt
- Level 2: Saying good morning without looking at people
- Level 3: Make eye contact as you say good morning
- Level 4: Also say something more than just good morning, e.g. “How are you?” or something more personal.
- Level 5: Also touch the other person – e.g. a handshake or a pat on the shoulder.
At what level are the typical good mornings in your workplace? And what would happen if you took it to level 5?”
Even a dog can learn to do it for Pete’s sake…