Feel better about yourself while making others feel great about themselves by saying a simple thank you.
As stated in a Psychology Today article there are areas of the brain affected by appreciation and gratitude. The hypothalamus, which controls basic bodily functions such as eating and sleeping, and dopamine ( the“reward neurotransmitter”) are heavily affected from feelings of gratitude. Alex Korb Ph.D writes;
“Gratitude can have such a powerful impact on your life because it engages your brain in a virtuous cycle.”
Having these brain boots can significantly have positive effects at home, work and life .
Showing gratitude can increase a person’s wellness, better sleep habits, metabolism and reduce stress. When you make appreciation a top priortity (at home and especially in the workplace) the outcome is a positive, productive, creative and thriving environment. With employee appreciation and appreciating others you’re not only boosting productivity, efficiency, performance and engagement, but the person’s well-being and health.
4 ways to practice appreciation.
You’ll see how much more powerful you become, but not only that, how much better you feel as a person.