Get your team a box of donuts tomorrow — It’s worth it.

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The ripple effect — you could say it’s similar to when you throw a stone in a lake, and waves follow. One tiny action from you is causing an effect that led the first wave to move, then the second one, then the third, etc.

In a workplace, everyone lives in their own bubble.

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