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The Little Things - Positive Thinking at Work

Eilidh Milnes

Catriona shared this inspirational message via Whatsapp

And here I am passing it on to you, my readers now. Share your "little thing" on the comments below. Go ahead, we'd love to know...

Bon Weekend All! 

Charlene McCandless commented on 07-Nov-2014 11:32 AM
I can relate to this, I get excited at the slightest thing, i.e yesterday, first day of the john lewis christmas advert :)
But Today I am excited to go and see my grandparents who have been away for 2 weeks, its the smallest things that make you feel grateful :)
clare fearnley commented on 07-Nov-2014 11:38 AM
It really is thr little things,a bunch of flowers, the smell of fresh coffee in thr morning, crunching through leaves on a crisp autumn day, chats with friends and family, the buzz of Christmas, finding the item of clothing you have wanted is half price in a sale, the smell of thr perfume I wore on my wedding day, I could go on for ever!
Jay Milnes commented on 07-Nov-2014 12:55 PM
I'm with Clare on this. Autumn leaf shuffling is a little thing that lingers... kicked though leaves with grandson Finely last week. Magic. As is having my breakfast coffee delivered to bed most mornings!
Eilidh Milnes commented on 07-Nov-2014 01:05 PM
Agree with all the above. I'm sure I can add these comments to next edition of my Confidence Tips. Thank you! Three little things that make me smile...
1. When people actually "get" my name. Never bothers me to be called "Ellie, Elijah or Eyelid" however it's great to hear Eilidh said correctly.
2. When I get letters a la Royal Mail - correspondence which is neither a bill or spam/junk mail.
3. When I get a spontaneous smile... one that explodes on the face and lights the eyes (and maybe bursts into laughter)... that's magical.
Anonymous commented on 07-Nov-2014 02:55 PM
Email just in is a little thing... a little thing that means a lot... I love the "cute" English and the fact that Heike does not aim for perfection - simply connection! Don't we all wish to have "enchanted regards" - this is the most delightful phrase - a little thing that I love.

"Hello Jane and Eilidh,

Some days after returning to Hannover and tumbling in a lot of work, I´d like to say that I am glad
to have met you in London at the Pret-a-Manger.
Thanks again for the nice pic you have made of us, Eilidh :-)

It is so good to see that my ideas of business are working and I´m inspired to go ahead.
(You know I´m just since 2 years in that business)

I´ve read the page of GSA and will aproach to Martin L. for asking him some things.

I´d like to tell you that I remember you both in the shop before coming at my table.
It is obvious you make a visible difference (or distinction?) among the people.

Thanks for the things you told me belonging my 16 year old daughter.
I remember that and it helps me to go through.

With enchanted regards
(excuse my english please)

Heike Baghbani commented on 07-Nov-2014 04:33 PM
Yes, it was coming from an open heart :-)
I´m glad that you are delighted ;-)
Heike Baghbani commented on 07-Nov-2014 05:08 PM
Yeah! It comes from an open heart;
glad it had been a pleasure for you ;-)
Anonymous commented on 10-Nov-2014 03:10 PM
This message above is so right. There are millions of little things every day one can get excited about, you just have to see them. The little things which makes my heart smile are loud giggles of my son as well as every new word he learns. The day with him is full of little moments. But as awesome the time with him is, it is a very nice "big little thing" where for example the grand parents take him out for a walk and I can have a long and relaxing shower ;-)
Anonymous commented on 10-Nov-2014 03:21 PM
Your cleverness Sarah is to "see them" and equally importantly to hear them - Master Finley certainly is a giggler!

As for your grandparent comment, well that's a little thing that works for all. We are delighted to walk with him. Thank you!
Anonymous commented on 15-Nov-2014 10:29 PM
I loved meeting the school bus last (very hot) Friday to meet my three grandchildren with a cold drink and water splash on their face and neck, before we walked the way home.
Eilidh commented on 16-Nov-2014 10:42 AM
Thank you Kaye! That sounds.... cool!
Let's keep connected. Just slide up the page and fill in the form for my confidence e-shot.

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