Give credit where credit is due

Let people know that they did a good job when they did a good job.

Let people know when they said something that impacted you.

When they wrote something that made an impression.

When their actions touched your heart.

Give credit where credit is due.

Show gratitude and thank those who have gone before you.

Honour those that have helped you become who you are and taught you what you know today.

Show gratitude.

Practice thankfulness.

Give credit where credit is due.

Never take credit for something you didn’t do.

Promote the works of others.

Thank the people that have gone before you, that have helped you today and stay humble towards those who do things differently than yourself.

Stay too busy with your own passion that you don’t have time to criticise others.

Be so filled with hope, encouragement and excitement that the voice of criticism drowns in the chorus of praise.

Give credit where credit is due.

You’ll never grow poor by giving.

You’ll never lack when you practise generosity.

Sometimes it’s not money or material things that create wealth, but the words and attitudes that flow from within.

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