When I attended Jack Canfield seminars I learned about having “an attitude of gratitude”. While this may sound hokie as hell, it can make a huge difference in the lives of more people than you know, including your own.
How many people do you see go through a checkout line without thanking the cashier. How many people do you see being given great service at a restaurant without thanking the server. How many people do you see at the airport thanking the attendant scanning their boarding passes?
Now, I'm not talking about the simple “thank you's” we seem to reflexively utter when someone does something for us, I mean a real thank you.
What's a real thank you sound like? It might sound like this… [Read more…]