If you're like most people, your work day is a blur of tasks, goals and priorities. But when you're caught up in your daily activities and focused just on your next meetings or emails, you're missing an opportunity to reflect on the current moment. Only by stopping what you're doing will you notice everyone else and how they're making a difference.
By demonstrating gratitude for your colleagues, direct-reports, and managers, you will sow the seeds of future success not just for others – but for yourself, as well.
Here are three reasons why you should say 'thank you' more and demonstrate gratitude at work: