The very accomplished "English poet of Irish extraction," David Whyte has said, "Gratitude in not a passive response to something we have been given, gratitude arises from paying attention, from being awake in the presence of everything that lives within and without us." We believe that expressing gratitude in the workplace will occur more genuinely and regularly as we train ourselves to identify on a consistent basis those things for which we are grateful. To help others learn to recognize and gravitate towards perceptions of gratitude we propose making gratitude visual. This can be done in a variety of ways that capture cultural differences, allow for sensitivity to individual team members' time and work constraints, and even allow for participation by those that are not often at a traditional worksite/station. Think of this as an internal "gratitude marketing" campaign where you see and are provided consistent opportunities to participate in expressions of gratitude. These opportunities range from regular email/text reminders that simply state, "what are you grateful for today," and brief stories on company websites that share "caught ya" moments of individuals witnessing something good done by a co-worker, to hallway corkboards/whiteboards where individuals anonymously post statements of gratitude, or landscaping rocks surrounding the facilities that have written items of gratitude as reminders when entering the workplace. In addition to the cultural and time sensitivities mentioned above, this type of approach allows for expansion and contemporary relevance as it is adaptable over time.