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#124: What Does Having Gratitude as a Core Value Look Like?

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#124: What Does Having Gratitude as a Core Value Look Like?

November 24, 2021
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#124: What Does Having Gratitude as a Core Value Look Like?

Today’s episode is all about gratitude and being grateful.

We believe that practicing gratitude makes you a stronger person and a stronger healthcare leader.

Gratitude is one of our six core values at MissingLogic® and in today’s episode we share how we practice gratitude in our business.

We know it can be difficult to find things to be grateful for, during these challenging times.

We share how we have looked at the opportunities in front of us and the positive things that have happened with gratitude.

In fact, we are very grateful that we have the opportunity to help and serve healthcare leaders, like you, during these difficult times.

We are very grateful to you, our listeners, our family, and our friends for supporting us throughout our journey.

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