Every morning I walk into the tower, this guy says, “Good morning Mr. Bailey.”
He doesn’t work for my bank, and he doesn’t say that to any of the other executives. Meaning, he never calls them by their name, however, I am the only one (under 60) that looks like him, talks like him, walks like him.
For those of U whom GOD has placed into leadership, especially if U are a minority or an exception, it matters! Understand, U you could be making someone feel joyful about themselves every day and their identity, heritage, gender, or height, every time they see U.
An Attitude Of Gratitude
How often do you hear those two simple words? The words that instantly cause creases along the side of your face, also known as a smile. The words that can turn your day from a negative to a positive vibe.
Thank you! How powerful... And how rarely used these days. As I move about in my typical day-to-day I find myself doing what I was raised to do, and that is to be considerate. Think of others and extend a kind gesture every now and then. Excuse me, no problem, have a great day, just to give you an example. Going above and beyond to hold the door for a complete stranger or simply asking someone how they are doing.
It's natural to expect the same gestures in return, however, the world is quite busy with no signs of slowing down anytime soon. I'm reminded to forever have an attitude of gratitude by those who don't understand true and pure etiquette when it comes to showing appreciation for the small things.
"Thankfulness may consist merely of words. Gratitude is shown in acts." -Henri Frederic Amiel
Don't Get Too Comfy
One of the GREATEST challenges we will face in our lives, is to break away from the systematic doctrine used to mold us into believing that there is "no other" way, than what's been presented. This is strategically designed to easily manipulate us consciously/subconsciously with every aspect of our daily lives.
HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED...
Just a penny for my thoughts.
~Ben Jammin Cherry ☕️
"The world is full of so many amazingly extraordinary people, and I want to share them with all of you."