When you can’t read the sign

August 20 2019    Tags: , , , ,

Sometimes the sign is right in front of you and you can see it clearly for yourself.

Sometimes the sign is blurry and you have to squint.

Sometimes you don’t see any sign at all.

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21 gifts that don’t require money

  1. time
  2. kindness
  3. space
  4. attention
  5. skills
  6. praise
  7. recommendations
  8. introductions
  9. focus
  10. encouragement
  11. presence
  12. gratitude
  13. compliments
  14. touch
  15. a letter
  16. a song
  17. a dance
  18. a smile
  19. laughter
  20. understanding
  21. help (just ask!)

What can you give today? Tweet me @redheadlefthand.

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  1. Use these question cards at your next event.
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