As we celebrate the contributions of workers this Labor Day, we invite you to watch this short video in which leadership expert Mike Robbins shares some compelling stories and research to explain the difference between being recognized for performance and genuinely appreciated for who you are. (16.41)
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Wow, I just watched the video and I have tears in my eyes. It really spoke to my heart! I have been retired 8 years, so I wasn’t relating what he said to work, but relating it to everyday life. Oh, we all ache to be appreciated for who we are, to know someone cares and notices us! Gratefulness.org has helped me tremendously in letting people know I do appreciate them. I know how good it makes me feel when someone tells me they appreciate me. Thank-you for this video, it has had a great impact on me! Blessings to all.🦋💖
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