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365 Ways to Start Over: Day #14 (Valentine’s Day) – Who have you told, “I love you. You’re Important to me.”

Today is Valentine’s Day – the day people profess their love for another. For those in a loving relationship with a partner it is an exciting day filled with surprises, flowers, professions of love, chocolate, gifts, and for a few – maybe even an engagement. For those in a loving relationship with family and others it is a day to celebrate our ability to give love to the people we care about. For those who may seem that they don’t have a loving relationship with anyone, there are many people in the world who would love to hear a kind word, receive a kind gesture, revel in a word of gratitude or share a kind moment with you.

Our ability to give love is directly related to our ability to receive love. Our ability to receive love is directly related to our ability to feel that we deserve to be loved. So when you think about who you love today and who might be nurtured to hear that they are important to you, you just might want to remind yourself that you are important to the next person in the world that you will touch. How do you want to touch a soul today?

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Mary Lee Gannon is the president of Gannon Group – a full service executive coaching, training and consulting firm that provides productivity strategies for people and organizations by improving team performance, executive leadership skills, board performance, planning and project execution. Mary Lee’s personal turnaround came as a stay-at-home mother, with four children under seven-years-old, who endured a divorce that took she and the children from the country club life to public assistance from where within a short time she worked up to the level of CEO. Her book “Starting Over – 25 Rules for When You’ve Bottomed Out” is available in bookstores or at Amazon. Get her FREE ebook – “Grow Productivity – A Leader’s Toolbox” on her web site at www.StartingOverNow.com.