People oftentimes have trouble really meaning their words when saying "thank you". As I have researched online, people in many cultures, such as in Spain, do not appreciate when tourists overuse the phrase “thank you” or ”gracias.” So the objective is for members to, first, find true meaning in their gratitude and, second, understand what gratitude means to other people. In order to accomplish this, I propose the idea of putting up some type of electronic board such as a smart board and having members of the workplace post answers to two questions every time they post. 1) “I am thankful for (blank) because (blank)” and 2) “This week, I am proud that I (blank)”. Although the second thought may seem self-centered or egotistical, it is a small reflection to appreciate oneself and it can aid in showing others what workers want to be thanked for. This wall should not be used to bring others down when writing what people are proud about themselves, but instead, ideas should be more general since gratitude in the workplace needs to start small in order to maintain it. Because people have different meanings for gratitude, having workers post on this wall at least once a week can enlighten them of one other’s meanings of gratitude.