Gratitude is a funny thing. There is almost nobody that doesn't want to be appreciated for the contributions they make. Everyone wants to know that the things they do make an impact somewhere - that they made a difference. Oddly, however, the open gratitude is hard for some to deal with, and they'd rather not be thanked. I know because I'm one of them. Let's talk about those who would rather avoid the spotlight.
Pay gaps, gender inequality, and minimum wages have been all over the news as of late. It's a touchy subject that tends to fire up people's emotions and cause a number of heated debates. The fact is there is a problem here that does revolve around cost of living and overall income, and something needs to be done about it. Let me share things with you from my perspective.
Sometimes, the secret to success is truly as simple as working hard. It's the common thing that successful people will tell you was their secret to success. Rarely, however, is that the whole story. Often, there is much more to it than that, including some dumb luck and a helping hand. However, for Jimmy Kimmel, the "little more" is simply a feeling of gratitude. Today, we're taking a lesson from "The Hardest Working Man in Show Business".