Gratitude: The Key to Business Success
Throughout history, humans have faced decisions that required them to choose between options offering short-term and long-term rewards. In many cases, when faced with such decisions, the leaders of different nations around the world who valued virtues such as patience have ensured the progress of humanity. Patience is a highly valued virtue for economic progress around the world but it is also difficult for many people to be patient and resist the urge to satisfy their desires as soon as possible. When choosing between short-term and long-term rewards, many leaders in the business world agree that a careful evaluation, preferably free from impatience, to weigh the prospective benefits and costs of both choices is the best way to choose between such rewards. However, people are not entirely objective and have a tendency to disproportionately discount the future value of rewards. The belief that people must use self-control to restrain their emotional impulses has been widely yet wrongly recommended as the solution to keep people from sacrificing greater long-term rewards for lesser short-term rewards.
It is a fact that many people have incorrectly assumed all emotions are problematic for financial and health decision-making. However, when carefully considering emotions such as gratitude it is a fact that this powerful emotion inherently improves behaviors with the potential of building long-term cooperation in the future. For example, gratitude leads people to accept the present costs that come with providing support to others in return for the long-term benefits that come with lasting relationships.
Many business students who are the future of the business world, business executives whose decisions control the country’s organizations, entrepreneurs whose ideas guide the future of the world’s economies, and international business executives whose decisions control organizations around the world have learned and incorrectly assume that all emotions must be controlled as they are problematic for their financial and health decision-making. In this eBook, you will learn why gratitude is the key to business success and how gratitude can benefit business students, business executives, entrepreneurs, and international business executives.
Format: PDF eBook, 107 pages.
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