“Although people say they want to be thanked more often at work, fewer than 50% of Americans polled for the John Templeton Foundation, a philanthropic organization, reported that they would be very likely to thank salespeople, their mail carriers, or cleaning crews, and just 15% express daily gratitude to friends or colleagues. 74% never or rarely express gratitude to their bosses—but 70% said they’d feel better about themselves if their bosses were more grateful.”
…for your inspiring posts, your comments, your friendship and your followership. B.G. captured my thoughts this morning, I’m grateful for you.
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Image Source: Modified Carl Richards Circle of Gratitude | Behavior Gap Behavior Gap