Yet, gratitude is often overlooked as a valuable business tool. We focus on the more "practical" aspects of running a business and forget that our emotions play a huge role in our success.
The scaling evidence proves that gratitude practice has numerous mental health benefits. For example, a study found that participants who wrote about things they were grateful for were more likely to report higher levels of happiness and lower levels of stress. Another study reported that people who kept a gratitude journal reported less depression, anxiety, dissatisfaction and stress. People who practiced gratitude had less social anxiety and felt more confident in social situations. Gratitude can also help people with depression and anxiety.
In this article, Gurpreet Kaur will explore the science of gratitude and how it can be used to improve your business and life.