You Are Appreciated!
You are very important to us, and I wanted to take a moment to let you know how much I appreciate you and we enjoy working together.
I also wanted to remind you about National Compliment Day, which is coming up on January 24. I know what you were probably thinking right now, “National Compliment Day, is this for real?”
And yes, it is.
Since it’s football season, I thought I’d share this story I recently ran across from CBS sports. It goes back to win Brett Favre retired and he gave a compliment to Aaron Rodgers who was the new future of the Green Bay Packers. It wasn’t easy for five because he had been the driving force of the team for years.
Here’s what he had to say:
“Aaron Rodgers, I knew when I left [Green Bay], this guy has all the tools,” Favre..told the NFL Network… “He can beat you with his feet. He’s got a great arm, extremely accurate, handles the cast around him perfectly. I think that’s the key sometimes. I think that’s what [Tom] Brady has done, regardless of who you put out there, he’s good. That, to me, is the mark of a good quarterback.”
This unique holiday is a great opportunity to spread positivity and kindness by giving compliments to others.
In fact, research has shown that giving and receiving compliments has a number of benefits. Compliments can help to boost self-esteem and confidence, improve relationships, and increase overall well-being. They can also foster a sense of connection and community, and help to create a positive and supportive environment.
There are many different ways to give compliments, and the best approach will depend on your individual situation. Some ideas might include:
- Complimenting someone on their accomplishments or skills, such as their job performance, hobbies, or volunteer work.
- Complimenting someone on their personality traits, such as their kindness, sense of humor, or intelligence.
- Complimenting someone on their relationships or support systems, such as their family, friends, or pets.
- Complimenting someone on their appearance, such as their clothing, hairstyle, or makeup.
It’s important to be sincere and specific when giving compliments, and to avoid overly generic or insincere comments.
I hope that you will take a moment to celebrate National Compliment Day by spreading positivity and gratitude to those around you. By giving compliments and showing appreciation for others, we can all make a positive impact on the world.
P.S. This is the last week for you to be entered to win lower bowl Utah Jazz tickets this month. Simply join the Pinecrest Smile Club, refer in a new friend or coworker, or donate a used adult or kids bike to our Smiles for Cycles program and your automatically entered to win!