A few words on Gratitude or the “Attitude of Gratitude” in action

When I was a boy, I was fortunate that my parents taught me good manners, especially the use of the words “Please and “Thank you”. They assured me that this would stand me in good stead throughout the whole of my life, and of course they were right. Furthermore, I am sure all of you know the magic of these words and the attitude that goes with them.

Using these magic words definitely makes life better. As a lifelong habit they have opened doors and provided many opportunities. Luckily as I grew older I got to understand and really appreciate the attitude that underpins them and makes them work the way they do.

The “Attitude of Gratitude” when combined with action, or real demonstrations of appreciation, has a way of returning and bringing more of the good things into our lives and business activities.

In recent times, the wisdom behind this old fashioned attitude has been making a comeback, a comeback as a way of being and doing things and very much for the better.

Last year Sue and I were introduced to Send Out Cards™ and immediately adopted it. Send out Cards has a system like no other for the practical, physical expression of the “Attitude of Gratitude”. It enables you to put Gratitude into action, quickly, efficiently and economically.

You can send an expression of thanks, or any other greeting you may wish to send. It commences with the click of a mouse at your computer and then through the Send Out Cards system it is printed on a high quality card, that gets delivered by the postman. For just a couple of dollars you can extend your own heartfelt greetings and expressions of appreciation – Talk about a great way of cementing relationships.

If you are looking for an economical and effective way to improve your communications and make practical use of the power of gratitude, Sue and I would love the chance to talk with you.

 

© Ron and Sue Windred.
Disclaimer: The outlined metaphysical and healing properties in this website are for inspiration and reference. We gather this information and alleged properties from writings, books, folklore and various other sources. They are also dependent upon the attitude and beliefs of the individual. Furthermore they do not replace diagnosis or treatment by a qualified therapist or physician.

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