For example, do any of these situations sound familiar?
When under stress, you may have a tendency to be ruder to your spouse than you’d ever dream of being to a complete stranger.
When building a business, you’re willing to work 60-hour weeks but somehow never “have time” to check in with lifelong friends.
Speaking of business: You may fail to consistently and proactively invest in deepening the professional relationships that might provide the breakthrough opportunities you need.
So why do we do this? Because …
Although many things in life are deadline and urgency driven, relationships almost never are.
As a result, they’re often one of the first parts of our lives that we neglect until we “find the time.”https://medium.com/the-mission/want-a-happier-more-fulfilling-life-75-year-harvard-study-says-focus-on-this-1-thing-714e22c99ffc
It is the small things that matter. If someone does something good, tell them.