This is a Facebook post that was shared by Reid Tracy, CEO of Hay House Publishers last week, and I’m sharing it here because it involves such a very lovely and unusual way to celebrate someone – while they are alive, as well as after they have died. Not just that, Sherry Richert Belul, the inspiration behind this blog post is a big fan of giftedbygrief.com (and of course, I have strong connections with Louise L. Hay, having trained with her on the last training course she personally did, way back in 1990).
From Hay House, via Facebook
A couple of weeks ago, we had a meeting with our management team here at Hay House USA. We had a consultant working with us to improve our communication skills and thought patterns to help better manage our company and the 110 employees who work here.
At the end of the management meeting the consultant, Annie, asked the management team to spend four minutes telling each other how valuable they were and thank them for some of the special contributions they had toward the success of Hay House. Many of the managers were very touched as their colleagues told them the special qualities they had and how it contributed to their and Hay House’s success. We definitely don’t spend enough time telling people in our business life or personal lives how important they are. I believe it’s important to tell our loved ones and even our friends and co-workers what a wonderful person they are or about the good work they are doing.