Thank you so much for your interest in The Insight, by Sheba. I hope you enjoyed this week’s blogs about “Priorities.”
Next week’s topic will be “Gratitude.”
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- In the midst of the holiday hustle and bustle, we tend to forget the reason we’re doing what we’re doing. The people that care about you most would much rather enjoy your company without all of the holiday decorations or the perfectly planned party, than to attend the perfect holiday dinner without your company or hospitality. Make your relationships, not your presentation, your priority and you’re sure to enjoy the holiday.
- Have a joke or three and some humorous anecdotes from past holidays ready to use in case you need to diffuse any tension that might arise. Some theorists believe we argue the most with family because we feel connected enough to let our guards down. Don’t be surprised when the tension rises. Instead, try to use humor to bring everyone together.
3. Your Guest List.
- You won’t be the only one affected by negativity—your guests will be too. Create a positive environment and prioritize your guest list. Not only does the company you keep say a lot about who you are as an individual, but it also shapes the environment that surrounds you.
- Focus on giving thanks this holiday and encourage your loved ones to do the same. Acknowledge to yourself what you are thankful for and why, and take action to show your gratitude. A simple “thanks!” will do the trick!
The Insight: Set your own priorities. You know best what takes precedence in your life, so plan accordingly. This holiday, focus on the spirit of togetherness, giving and gratitude. Show that you prioritize your relationships by honoring your company, and creating a fun and peaceful environment where everyone can feel comfortable. Give thanks, and encourage others to do the same! Happy Holidays!
Have a wonderful weekend!
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