A Culture Of Appreciation (#243)

From a very early age we are taught to “play nice” with others. As we grow up that sentiment turns into how we conduct ourselves professionally and work together. Gratitude can be part of that formula if others buy in.

Build your own culture of appreciation at work or at home by stressing the importance of gratitude. Start with yourself and share it with others, you may be surprised by the results.

08.22.18

Today I’m Grateful For…

  1. Naps
  2. Catching up with Peer Mentors
  3. Spending time with my cat, Ned
  4. Albums you can listen to front to back (Harry Hudson)
  5. The purple morning sunrise
  6. Sharing new music
  7. My friends who check in on me
  8. Visiting family on the west coast
  9. My one Patriot’s hat I wear everyday
  10. A clean apartment
  11. Good health
  12. Sharing a beer with my dad watching sports
  13. Time at the gym for my mental health
  14. Birthday desserts
  15. People who motivate and inspire
  16. A culture of appreciation
  17. Safe travels
  18. Laughing with my siblings
  19. Meditation to clear the mind
  20. Peanut butter and bananas
  21. The return of the NFL and college football
  22. Time to just watch the stars shine
  23. Driving with the windows down
  24. Clear communication
  25. The here and now

As always, check out my first blog, 25 Things I’m Grateful For (#1) to know why I’m writing this list and why I want you to start yours.

Featured image of the beautiful view from my balcony.

Author: Jake Ames

Grad student, feline father, twin brother, buffalo chicken enthusiast, and gratitude writer. Using this blog to hopefully inspire others on their journey. Love your process, whatever that looks like.

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