Our ability to be grateful and generous is a reflection of our values, mindset, personal standards and what we consider to be important in life.
Those who have a regular practice of being grateful and generous are generally happier, healthier and wealthier in all aspects of life. Every time we do something that leaves a positive impression with others, it also affects us in a positive way.
While we can accept that being grateful and generous is valuable, not just to others but also to ourselves, we may not always have practical ways or know how to express it.
The best part about it is we don’t have to do anything extraordinary to leave a positive impression with others. Oftentimes, it’s the smallest things we do that makes the biggest difference with others.