Having strong relationships is one of the single greatest predictors of wellness, happiness, and longevity. And our connections flourish when we take time to get to know ourselves, and others, better. – Jeremy Hunter
Do you still have that friend, friends from high school? When you see them, you get taken right back like you haven’t missed a beat? How about from work?
Hey, engage, put yourself out there a little. Give it that little extra effort. Inquire what your fellow employees do outside of work. There just might be some common interest, and you just might find a great friend. He or she might be older or younger. Does it really matter?
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