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Do You Have an Attitude of Gratitude?

Updated: Mar 27, 2022



We know that having an attitude of gratitude can have a powerful impact on those around us, but did you know it can impact your life as well? Studies have shown that a grateful outlook can reduce your risk of experiencing burnout and can even help lessen some symptoms of depression. A grateful heart can lift your spirits and improve your perspective. When you make a conscious effort to be thankful, you will see the relationships with your family, friends, and clients become more meaningful all year round, and not just during the holidays.  


Not sure how to get started? Give these three tasks a try to help start your daily practice of being thankful. 

  1. Write thank you notes and include at least one reason why you’re grateful to make their acquaintance or to have them in your life. 

  2. Try random acts of kindness. Buy coffee for a coworker, listen to a friend who’s having a difficult time, or offer to help a stranger load groceries into their car. 

  3. Keep a gratitude journal. Write down at least three things you’re grateful for each day and look back at those items regularly. By writing down what you are grateful for each week, you will gradually develop a more optimistic attitude. 


Want to end your year on the right note and gain momentum for 2020? Everyone wants to have a better year than the one before, but most of us are stuck in the same loop. So, how can we make it better? Join me for a free webinar on Thursday, November 14th at 5:30pm EST to find out. Sign up here


Photo courtesy of Hanny Naibaho on Unsplash.

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