Digital marketers are a tight community of people who know how to solve problems and help each other. We can get through this together. Amanda Milligan on March 18, 2020 I didn’t always buy into gratitude practice. I thought it was naive and corny — akin to the “Live Love Laugh” signs you see at … Continue reading Gratitude is essential right now
Brian Basilico — September 4, 2019 Follow @bbasilico — September 4, 2019 Swim With The Dolphins The other day I was having coffee with a friend and a mentor. His name is Al Ritter. He wrote the book, The 100/0 Principle: Give 100% of yourself, 100% of the time, expect nothing in return and watch … Continue reading Do You Have an Attitude of Gratitude? How To Find One!
Carol Stephen — August 1, 2017 Follow @Carol_Stephen — August 1, 2017 Gratitude Strategy: How to Develop One and Why You Need One Gratitude Strategy The Law of Attraction fascinates me. When I first heard about it, it sounded so, well, dumb for lack of a better word. How could gratitude change anything? How could … Continue reading Gratitude Strategy: How to Develop One and Why You Need One
Carol Stephen — November 25, 2016 Follow @Carol_Stephen— November 25, 2016 Gratitude Marketing: Spotlight on a Social Cynic This year has been a mixed bag, both in terms of business and the political scene. On the one hand, business is up. On the other hand, people’s expectations are higher than ever. The election has created … Continue reading Gratitude Marketing: Spotlight on a Social Cynic
David Kiger — November 23, 2016 Follow @davidkiger— November 23, 2016 Beyond the good feelings and family gatherings during Thanksgiving week, it can also be a time to ponder the value of gratitude. For CEOs, that can mean taking the time to show true thanks for the employees around them, and offering gestures that show … Continue reading CEOs, Thanksgiving and the Benefits of Gratitude
by VerticalResponse July 7, 2016 Follow @VR4SmallBizJuly 7, 2016 It’s a solid rule of thumb in the retail world: Keeping existing clientele is easier, more profitable, and less expensive than trying to hunt down new clients. That’s why it’s so important to let those in your current customer base know how much you value their … Continue reading Attitude of Gratitude
Tracey WallaceMarch 6, 2015 The first #EmployeeAppreciationDay was observed in 1995, kick-started by a 1994 bestseller titled “1001 Ways to Reward Employees” by Bob Nelson. Twenty years later, the non-official U.S. holiday trends on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, with some employees grateful for a free breakfast, and others pointing out that showing appreciation shouldn’t be … Continue reading #EmployeeAppreciationDay Challenge: Pay It Forward, Let Your Gratitude Flow
Keeping a gratitude journal is a nice idea, but it can actually backfire and make things worse. Here’s what to do instead. By Allison Jones I profoundly believe in the importance and power of gratitude. I love sending “Thinking of You” emails to friends, slowly walking through my neighborhood and appreciating … Continue reading I Hated Keeping A Gratitude Journal–Here’s What Worked Instead