I make being thoughtful a priority and remind myself to use this skill throughout my day.
I notice the thoughtful things others do for me and I have decided to become more thoughtful. I am inventing ways to be kind.
I start with smiling. I smile a lot more these days. I notice that people are giving more eye contact now, as well, and I am connecting with those who smile back at me.
I bring cookies to work for the staff. I remember peoples’ birthdays. I think up ways to be more thoughtful.
I create thoughtfulness games at work. I go the extra mile. I feel good about helping others with their tasks.
I do things that bring more beauty to my office. I bring in live plants. I share my lunch with others.
I give sincere compliments to others without needing anything in return. I notice the kindnesses that are given to me and reciprocate from a place of gratitude.
I give small gifts anonymously. I love to see people’s faces light up with glee. It is fun to be a “secret Santa,” even when it’s not Holiday time. I may adopt this practice all year long, just for fun.
I am learning that thoughtfulness begins with me. I can be more thoughtful towards myself. I can think kinder thoughts toward myself. I can give myself small presents of kindness.
Today, I am happy that I can create a pleasing atmosphere in my environment by simply being thoughtful.
- How can I become a kinder person?
- What acts of kindness can I perform today?
- How can I apply thoughtfulness to myself?