Podcast Episode #473
Handwritten notes are a lost art for many. Today, we discuss why they are so important and how you can use them to boost encouragement in your church and ministry.
Some highlights from today’s episode include:
- Cultivating a habit of writing handwritten notes will increase your spirit of gratitude.
- Writing handwritten notes takes your focus off the negativity in ministry and places it on the positives.
- When you write notes of gratitude to others, your attitude becomes more positive as a result.
- With just 30-minutes a week of writing handwritten notes, you can dramatically improve the positivity in your ministry.
The seven reasons we discuss are:
- It moves you to a spirit of gratitude.
- It reminds you of the blessings God has given you.
- It takes the focus off negativity in the church
- It is incredibly rewarding to the recipients.
- It changes the ethos and culture of the church.
- It improves personal relationships.
- It happens 365 times a year.
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