Grow Your Business with Gratitude
In a week we’ll be celebrating the holiday that focuses on gratitude. And in these current times of economic turmoil it can be difficult to determine exactly what we have to be grateful for. But as Buddha once said, “Let us rise up and be thankful, for if we didn’t learn a lot today, at least we learned a little, and if we didn’t learn a little, at least we didn’t get sick, and if we got sick, at least we didn’t die; so, let us all be thankful.”
Gratitude is a powerful emotion. It can change your relationship with others, alter your perspective, and perhaps, grow your business. Consider the following three exercises in gratitude as you offer thanks this Thanksgiving:
1. Discover all that you have to be thankful for. Your first task is to determine all those things you have to be grateful for. In tough times that can be difficult. You may be required to consider things you regularly take for granted: perhaps good health, a place to live, family and friends, food to eat, gracious neighbors, hope for a better tomorrow. Those who believe in the Law of Attraction would tell you that in focusing on all the things you are grateful for, you will begin to attract more good things into your life. Either way, focusing on the good will raise your spirits.
2. Develop an attitude of gratitude. Consider a business run by a depressed, negative staff. Such businesses exist, and they rarely become power companies. Consider a business run by an enthusiastic, upbeat staff. Such businesses are more likely to generate positive experiences with their clients. When you focus your energy on all the good things in your life, you develop an attitude of gratitude which impacts employees, clients, and contacts in an affirming way. Your business will be much more successful simply because you have a positive attitude.
3. Express thanks to your clients. Everyone likes to be appreciated. And when you realize that your business wouldn’t exist without your clients, it becomes easier to feel genuine gratitude for everyone on your roster. When you are able to do more than simply feel gratitude for your clients, but also express it, you’ll find that your clients feel better about the services you offer. Now is the perfect time to let your clients know that you are thankful for their service. You’ll find that they’ll be more likely to refer their friends and family to your business when they recognize your sincere appreciation.
Thanksgiving is the perfect time to reflect on all those things for which we have to be grateful. It’s also a good opportunity to practice gratitude in a way that can positively impact our lives, and not just throughout the holidays. Take the time to consider all those blessings you enjoy, and then feel grateful for them. You may be surprised at how such a simple act can change your life experience.
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