Defining Gratitude


It’s what keep’s customers and clients coming back.

It’s what keeps the doors open and the foot traffic moving.

It’s what ships out the inventory and keeps the orders coming in.

It’s what keeps relationships between suppliers, vendors, colleagues and connections going.

It’s not a sign of weakness to be grateful and it doesn’t make you less capable of achieving bigger and better things.

There’s nothing wrong with showing a little humility and gratitude for the things you have…

and the rewards that are coming your way.

Often it’s shown to us inside of a tip jar, a suggestions box, in an email or a thank you note.

It’s not fancy or well endowed.

It’s not flashy or gaudy.


For the business given, the business you have and the business to come.

It’s not expected but it’s always welcomed.


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