Published on July 6, 2020, by Muhammad Sajwani
As corporate citizens of this world, a large number of our fraternity is still blessed and sits comfortably in the houses or apartments or wherever they remotely work from during this pandemic, there are things we can do to improve our outcomes and reflect upon the most powerful tools for staying mentally and physically healthy, gratitude.
There are always things to be grateful for, even now, and gratitude reminds us how special, beautiful and fortunate our lives are, even under stressful or hazardous conditions. In today’s article, our focus turns to making gratitude as an ‘attitude’. While many of us tend to view and express gratitude in relation to our personal lives, gratitude relating to the corporate environment and workplace, where we earn our livelihood from, is especially critical because it satisfies the higher psychological need to feel a sense of belonging to something greater than ourselves, to feel a sense of meaning at work.