Gentleness is Strength with Andy Mort
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Main take-aways from this 4th day of the Random Acts of Kindness week:
- Gentleness is an act of rebellion.
- Allowing yourself to feel the feelings is a sign of strength.
- Gentle Marketing takes more time than Hype Marketing. Be gentle with yourself.
Today’s Random Acts of Kindness ideas:
- Use the phrase, “I hadn’t thought about it like that before…” more.
- Remind your kid(s) how proud you are of them. If you don’t have kids, tell your team members how much you appreciate them.
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