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A CEO who writes 9,200 employee birthday cards a year explains the value of gratitude

BELFOR CEO Sheldon Yellen has been writing employees birthday cards since 1985. He says the gesture goes a long way toward a healthy company culture.
The author, not pictured, writes a list of the things she's grateful for each night before bed.

I do the same simple thing each night before bed, and it’s dramatically changed my outlook on life

Some psychologists recommend writing daily gratitude lists to break up depression and improve your happiness.
The author and his family.

I’ve started teaching my 2 young children to be grateful for everything they have with a few basic strategies, and so far, it seems to be workin...

Here are the ways we're trying to instill a sense of gratitude in our children, including by encouraging them to donate their toys.
Saying "thanks" can be surprisingly helpful for you and your relationships.

Thank-you notes aren’t a relic of the past — research suggests even a quick email of thanks can pay off in spades

According to new research, we shy away from writing thank-you notes because we believe they won't be received as positively as they actually are.

What everyone gets wrong about helping friends through heartbreak

On an episode of Business Insider podcast "Success! How I Did It," Sheryl Sandberg says she used to make the same mistake as anyone else.

Sheryl Sandberg: ‘I will never make another joke about growing old again, ever’

Sheryl Sandberg offers her best advice for improving resiliency — which she believes is like a muscle that grows with exercise.

If you’re only showing gratitude to friends and family this Thanksgiving, you’re forgetting someone important

Don't forget to thank yourself for everything you've accomplished over the past year.

How the former CEO of Campbell Soup used a skill taught in kindergarten to motivate his entire company

It's the perfect time of year to recall the importance of thanking your employees — beyond sending them a paycheck.

Saying 2 words most of us overlook can save your tired relationship

Showing gratitude to your partner sparks a virtuous cycle.