Writings That Promote a Healthy Community of Dallas Makers
These articles explore how volunteers can use gratitude and self-leadership to create positive and productive working environments in their makerspace, which in turn, attracts more volunteers.
An emotional state of thankfulness, thoughts about gratitude, and performance can all be influenced by thought self-leadership.
Thought self-leadership can play an important role in enhancing gratitude development within nonprofit organizations, considering the benefits of gratitude in everyday life. Utilizing thought self-leadership can increase the level of thankfulness that individuals experience.
The model we propose combines thought self-leadership, gratitude, and performance.