Where would we be without the people who buy our products or services? We need to hold them in high regard, always looking for new ways to serve them and new ways to make them repeat customers.
That's right, be thankful for your competitors. They validate your existence; proof there's a market for what you do or sell. Their existence also keeps you sharp. We're all better off with a little competition.
We need to be thankful for our co-workers, staff, managers -- anyone who's putting in the time and hard work to make our firm or organization a success.
Be thankful you have the opportunity to contribute -- to others, to your business or organization, to your church and community.
Having an "attitude of gratitude" will keep you focused on what counts, what works and what will get you to the next level.
Without that, we aren't able to live full, productive, healthy lives.
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