They say actions speak louder than words. In other words, how we give gratitude matters. Have you ever received a thank you note or greeting that felt empty and wasn’t sincere? Or have you ever casually said, “thanks” to someone and whisked away, when a proper “thank you” and taking the time to make sure it landed in a genuine manner would have been more appropriate? Similarly, have you ever asked someone how they are doing, but didn’t really hear or act like you cared about their response? How we express ourselves can be powerful. Just as showing appreciation is too. So, this week, we want you to genuinely GIVE GRATITUDE. Giving gratitude doesn’t have to be an extravagant show of emotions or an elaborate gift or gesture, rather it simply needs to be genuine and from the heart. Showing gratitude doesn’t even have to cost anything—a hand-written note can go a long way. A sincere showing of appreciation let’s someone know how much they matter to you, and we think that is pretty important stuff. This week it’s up to us to take the opportunity to give gratitude. Let’s understand and connect to that fulfilling feeling. Giving and feeling grateful connects us to one another. It’s a beautiful celebration. Giving gratitude matters.