Every once in a while, in order to move forward you need to take a quick look back at what you did accomplish under challenging circumstances. When I was in my early twenties, I had a roller-blading accident in Forest Park, one of our nation’s greatest urban parks right here in Saint Louis.
The quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness.
(As defined by The Oxford English Dictionary)
We talk a lot about the importance of kindness, no matter the situation, especially when it comes to things like customer service and business practice. But how do we show our appreciation towards those that show us kindness? It’s simple, say thank you and return the favor. Let’s look at how this can impact your business relations inside and out.
Kindness is a Powerful Force
As you walk through your journey in life you will come across many people. You may only really get to know a few people in your life. Compared to our population, this is a drip in a big ocean. Right now, I am trying to explain to close people around me that anger, evil and retribution loves anger, evil and retribution. Kindness however is a far more powerful force.Read More