…And laughter

Yes, laughter! That’s right. An ingredient at work that is often overlooked, underused, at our disposal at all times & FREE! It’s our own human resource, that is plentiful, with research showing we learn better when our brains are in a state of enjoyment. Laughter builds connection, lightens the intensity and can break the tension […]

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Yes, laughter!

That’s right.

An ingredient at work that is often overlooked, underused, at our disposal at all times & FREE!

It’s our own human resource, that is plentiful, with research showing we learn better when our brains are in a state of enjoyment.

Laughter builds connection, lightens the intensity and can break the tension when needed. It’s healthy, bonding and increases your energy level.

You’d be hard-pressed to make an argument against it.

Another thing is that love is a powerful ingredient and another emotion often never discussed.

What’s love got to do with it? ♥️ Everything!

Listen to the podcast episode with Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn & Oprah as they talk about love in the workplace and leadership in a way that will awaken you.

I listened to it multiple times and approached my job in a fresh way afterward.

With plenty of love and laughter abound, the work ethic of my team has increased exponentially.

I can’t put an exact number on it, but I can confidently say my team is a happy, hard-working bunch that know that I truly love them.

I feel mighty proud of that.

xo,

Ilyse ♥️

www.ilysecraftcoaching.com

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