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Want to feel better? Thank someone else.

Thanking others is a quick, easy way to improve our well-being, and it has the added benefit of recognizing and empowering others. A daily dose of gratitude lowers stress and improves the mood of both the giver and the receiver. Bonus: you can work it into feedback on a job well done.

The research is clear: gratitude is good for you, says the Harvard Business Review. It improves well-being, reduces stress, and builds resilience. It can even make you more patient.


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