Research has shown that being gracious is good for your health, as gratitude improves your immune function. Take 30 seconds each day to identify something or someone for which you are thankful. What positive difference do you notice in your life and the lives of those with whom you interact.
Dr. Peter Lin, Director of Primary Care Initiatives at the Canadian Heart Research Center, shares the science behind this research.
Click on the video link for our Thanksgiving Leadership Tip and hear the key elements of "practicing gratitude".