When I was part of the team growing a company from 6 people to 100, we wanted a personal way to thank our clients and overall community each year. We wanted it to coincide with sending Christmas or holiday cards, but we wanted ours to be distinctive and reflect our company values and personality - a way to reinforce our brand.
Ahh, nothing is better than those first few days of your vacation. And one of the hardest parts of coming back is the transition to old work habits. This year, why not try to apply some of those nice holiday habits to your work life and keep the happy vibe going?
Check out these five tips and let me know what you think:
I am a resolutely positive, glass half full person, so I think focusing for a time on all that is good in your life has endless benefits. We all work hard, and tend to focus on what we need to improve, and where we messed up or could have done better. And whilst it is good not to be oblivious of these things, I think focusing on what went right, and where we did it well will set us up for more positive results moving forward. Numerous articles back me up on this; a selection of just a few are below.