Doing good is good for business. Jill Poet looks at the drivers which are changing the way companies of all sizes operate; and evidences why increasingly ethical and socially and environmentally responsible organisations are the most profitable and...
“You become what you do most of the time.” - Tony Robbins As I mentioned a few weeks ago, I find gratitude to be one of the best daily practices out there. And since this week is centered around a holiday about giving thanks (at least for those of you in the U.S.), I thought I would share with you a few simple steps to help you develop and/or further this practice. Why Be Grateful? On a daily basis jotting down what you are grateful for may not feel like it makes a huge impact. It might seem like it just causes you to appreciate the moments more (which is in fact a big impact!) but as you make this a more regular part of your weekly, daily, or hourly routine, you’ll begin to notice changes in yourself, in your perspective and in your overall attitude. This takes time and practice but eventually your mind will begin to move towards gratitude as its default rather than a number of other (often times, negative) emotions. And I wholeheartedly believe that when you are truly in a moment
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