What’s the single most powerful source of inspiration you can tap into right now?
In a time when everyone is focused on what we DON’T have or what we CAN’T have, I’d like to encourage you to invest time every single day showing gratitude for what you DO have.
Practicing gratitude should be a part of your daily ritual.
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I work it in my day whenever I can.
If you’re ready to experience the power of gratitude, here’s an exercise I want you to try:
Each morning when you wake up, instantly think of 3 things that happened to you in the past 24 hours you can be grateful for.
Try to do this also before you go to bed and whenever you are in a mindful state.
It can be anything from being grateful for being alive to an individual person to an event that happened.
Don’t overthink it.
But do truly appreciate it and let the gratitude sink in.
So why practice gratitude?
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Studies show that gratitude leads to so many mental, emotional, and physical benefits.
People that practice gratitude are happier, healthy, more successful, and more giving.
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How has gratitude made an impact in your life?
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