If you’ve ever wanted to make a greater impact and empowering influence in your world, I hope you’ll enjoy today’s movie as a gentle reminder about the one thing that can transform any situation in literally 30 seconds or less: compassion.
What a little third grader says to his teacher at Christmas time instantly bypasses the head and goes straight to the heart of any issue, no matter what.
You can re-energize your personal relationships and workplace culture – and inspire greater loyalty – by remembering to put into practice the message of this classic, time honored story.
Make sure to turn on your speakers before you watch it, and according to Sam Brandt … “You should warn people to get their hankies ready before the movie!”
Walter Wood writes … “I am a 6 ft. 2in., 250-pound construction worker and this short, but profound, film actually brought tears to my eyes. It made me realize that I must be more mindful when I’m training my apprentices.”
Each time I watch it I feel inspired to make an even bigger difference by remembering to put compassion first. I hope you will too!
Take a second to share it with others. They’ll thank you for it!
If you like this, I encourage you to share it with the world and join me on my mission to empower and inspire millions of people around the globe.
Mary Robinson Reynolds
Author & Founder of Heart Publishing
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