There is a felt sense of intolerance in the air these days.
From the protests at Standing Rock, to governments retraction of civil liberties, there is a palpable tension and an understandable sorrow.
Rachel, and I felt it this week during a business meeting in which one of the participants was outwardly aggressive.
I would ask you to take a moment as a business owner to reflect on the fact that, in any given interaction, you have the opportunity to either make someone’s day better, or leave them feeling awful.
I would like to share with you a few valuable techniques that can help you find the perfect balance of gentle firmness, allowing for kindness with every interaction, without you feeling walked on.
Watch my video above and learn more about the ingredients needed for cultivating more gratitude in your life.
And, if you want to take that dialogue a bit deeper, I encourage you to listen to my recent interview with Georgian Benta, on the Gratitude Project.
I would also encourage you to check out Jack Kornfield’s Loving Kindness Meditation, if someone really has you hooked.
Cultivating gratitude is a much needed skill. One that I believe will have the biggest positive impact on both you, and your business, given our current sociopolitical atmosphere.