The class was about – Attitude of Gratitude
Gratitude is a selfless act, which is unconditional to show people that they are valued. “A gift that is freely given” is one way to understand what these acts are like. if someone is sad and you write a thank you to them, you are unlikely to ask anything in return for that person. Instead, you remind them of their value and thank them for their existence. At this time, we are not waiting for a “return receipt” from this person. Occasionally, even if you don’t expect a return. Gratitude can be transmitted in a good way. Many a time we forget to show gratitude to the most important people in life. After the session, I gave a rose to my parents saying how important they are to me and how much I love them for all that they have done for me. These little gestures of showing gratitude bring big changes in our lives.
Another takeaway was prioritizing your task and learning to say NO.
It’s important to be more selective so that you don’t waste your precious time. In return, one can improve concentration, performance, and productivity. And most importantly, “Only when you say no, you can focus on what really matters. Furthermore, mastering the art of saying “no” gives you more control and lets you establish your own boundaries. If not, because you’re a people pleaser or just afraid to upset others, you’re giving up control to them. So if you don’t respect your time, why should someone else do it?