an attitude of gratitude
As I mentioned in my first post on putting together your “tool kit”, smart business owners are always looking for new ways to coddle customers and expand their business growth.
As a caregiver working for a company, privately working with a family, or as the adult child caregiver for a family member, my suggestion is repack your “tool kit”, and plan to do exactly the same thing businesses do.
Acquiring these new tools will help you more effectively connect or coddle the person for whom you provide care. Equally as important, they can help you grow as a person and expand your opportunities to value your work and yourself. Continue reading