Resources

 

200+ Sample Recognition Ideas

We understand that often it’s difficult to find the right words because you want to do more than just recognize, you want to motivate and inspire people to be their best. Here are more than 300 ideas to help you recognize, inspire and motivate others. Use one of our ideas or adjust it to fit your needs. It doesn’t matter, just give the recognition where it’s due - you won’t be sorry.

 
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100 Team Building Ideas

Shared experiences is one of the three pillars of building meaningful relationships. Making an effort to do things together with your team, that have little, if anything, to do with work, is an invaluable way to forge authentic bonds among members of the whole team. Here’s a list of ideas to use and make your own.

 

Launching Preciate With Your Team

Getting Preciate started with your team is simple, fast and the benefits are long-lasting. However, there are a few tricks and tips we’ve learned along the way to get people on board and ensure the good vibes keep going!

 

Relational Wealth Manifesto

Preciate’s Purpose

We build the strongest relationships on earth. For you. When you have better relationships, life is richer in every way.

According to Harvard’s landmark Grant & Glueck Study, which tracked more than 700 participants over the course of 75 years, the key to long-term happiness and fulfillment comes down to a single factor: the quality of our relationships. Read more.

 

Longest Running Study On Human Happiness

Harvard's landmark 75+ year Grant and Glueck study reveals, "Close relationships, more than money or fame, are what keep people happy throughout their lives...Those ties protect people from life's discontents, help to delay mental and physical decline, and are better predictors of long and happy lives than social class, IQ, or even genes," reports Liz Mineo of The Harvard Gazette.

Robert Waldinger, psychiatrist, Harvard professor, Zen priest and the current director of the Grant and Glueck study, gives a poignant Ted talk on the findings.

It's 12 minutes that might just change your life.