Have you ever met a truly humble person– someone who’s entire life is a sacrificial commitment to a cause they deeply believe in? As I spoke with Sister Louise in Thailand about her 50-year commitment to helping women and children out of extreme poverty and danger, I was blown away by her selfless mission. Although she’s Catholic, her focus is not about a conversion of her 95% Buddhist
Welcome back to the Let’s Grow Leaders Frontline Festival. This month’s festival is all about giving thanks at work. We asked contributors to share three areas they are most grateful for at work. But before we go there… how about you? What are you most thankful for at work? As we approach Thanksgiving in the United States, during a time of unrest for much of America, I invite you to take a deep breath
Welcome back to the Let’s Grow Leaders Frontline Festival. Our November Festival is all about gratitude. Thanks to Joy and Tom Guthrie of Vizwerx Group for the great pic and to all our contributors! Next month, in celebration of the launch of the new Star Wars: the Force Awakens movie we’re going to give you two options. You’re welcome to submit your “best of” post of 2015. Or, if you
“That’s not my Thanksgiving story,” Sam confided as we watched the joyous reunions of families with kids returning from college. “I came home from college to find my room now had a crib with a new baby. My bed had been moved to the unfinished basement. The message was clear. I never came back, and my mom was fine with that. She moved on.” His heartbreaking story stands in stark contrast to his life today
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, November’s Frontline Festival is about forms of Gratitude. I am grateful for my amazing colleagues and subscribers for your contributions and comments. Please comment at the bottom of this post, as we celebrate our gratitude together: What are you most grateful for this Thanksgiving?
How to Give Thanks and Praise
Frank Sonnenberg, Frank Sonnenberg Online, offers Ways
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, there have been so many great posts on gratitude this month. Today, I offer you links to insights from fellow bloggers on the art of gratitude.
Why Be Grateful?
The Pursuit of Peace: Thanksgiving as a Lifestyle by Andy Tix Andy Tix shares the positive psychological benefits of gratitude and offers suggestions and examples
This month many folks I know are participating in the Facebook Daily Gratitude Challenge. They are posting “something for which they are truly grateful” each day. My friend Lisa wrote, “I am grateful for gratitude.” Ah, I thought, now that is something to consider.
What is grateful?
What does it mean to be truly grateful? How does gratitude change us? Why must leaders be grateful? What are you