It’s that time of year when we all consider what we’re thankful for (in addition to stuffing and pumpkin pie). Did you know that gratitude can significantly increase your happiness and your health? That’s right, practicing gratitude can help you get more sleep and boost your immunity. According to Amit Sood, MD, who authored a Handbook for Happiness for Mayo Clinic, practicing gratitude can also decrease the risk of disease.
If counting our blessings each day is great for us personally, it’s bound to be a helpful tactic for healthcare recruiters and organizations, too, right? Quint Studer, a highly regarded expert in operational excellence, believes it is.