Practicing gratitude regularly helps leaders to grow themselves, their team, their productivity, and their profit. But there are two main opponents of gratitude blocking most people, and those are laziness and perfectionism.
We all know that people who feel unappreciated leave their job, and leaders who don’t express gratitude experience high turnover and premature burnout. So it should be obvious why gratitude is so important not only for ourselves but also for our leadership because:
One of the biggest blockers to gratitude is going too fast, hurrying, having too much to do, and never slowing down. If we can change our mindset, slow down, and regularly practice gratitude in our leadership, we could:
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