The true value of kindness
Giving and receiving – the true value of kindness!
Performing acts of kindness stimulates the same pleasure centres of the brain as exercise, sex and comfort foods. So, if we undertake a random act of kindness, is it about giving to others or taking ourselves?
Research shows that kindness increases happiness and self-esteem, improves how others perceive you, leads to a reduction in disease and even ranks you as more physically attractive to a potential mate or your spouse!
Join me for this month’s LIVE “Learn with Sue” session, where we will explore the notion of kindness –
- Characteristics and attributes of a kind person
- The value of showing kindness to others
- Expectations that surround acts of kindness
- Why acts of kindness are considered random
- Why we may hold back from showing acts of kindness
- Why kindness is important in leadership
- Factors that undermine kindness
You will walk away with practical tools, tips and techniques to incorporate kindness into every day – based in science!
Being a LIVE event, you will have the opportunity to ask questions, interact and engage with Sue throughout the session.
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