Appreciation

Sometimes making a person’s day, week or even year is as simple as saying “you’re appreciated”. I currently work at a place where hearing “thank you”, “good job” or anything remotely similar from management or even coworkers is as likely as being hit in the head by a piece of frozen ice off the wing of a 747. That’s why I make it a point to routinely tell my coworkers “good job” and to let them know how much their hard work and time is appreciated. It started off as sort of a joke to spoof management, but it ended up having the added affect of actually making everyone feel just a little bit and often time, greatly appreciated. Look around today and tell someone how much you appreciate them, even if it’s just yourself.