I was with a group of friends last evening and the power of thank you became one of the topics of discussion. We all know it’s easy to say “thank you” for the things we want, but not so much for things we don’t want or people who aren’t good to us. Yet, when we fail to find something to feel grateful for, it’s a clear sign that we have stopped growing. Even more, that lack of growth compromises our ability to see beyond a person’s faults and shuts down the resources we see and have in our lives.
So make “thank you” an answer to your experiences at least a few times each day – and reap the rewards.