If you want to be successful, here’s a key that helps success continue: thank everyone who helped you succeed. That means you thank the parking lot attendant (if you have one), the receptionist, your assistant and teammates. You didn’t reach your success by yourself. Most likely, there were several, even many people who helped you along the way.
There is something very powerful in that one word, “thanks.” It encourages other people’s hearts to keep trying harder. It helps conquer pride and breed humility in your heart. It lets others see you as a servant leader. It encourages others on your team to thank you for all your hard work.
You just can’t thank people too much or too often. Thank them once, twice and over and over again, as long as you are the leader.
It helps create success. And it breeds a culture of success like nothing else.