Would you consider yourself grateful?
I think most people would say, yes.
But are you really?
Do you ever thank those around you just because you appreciate them?
Or look around at your life and possessions and realize you have so much?
What is it that causes you to take a moment and count your blessings?
A tragedy often has this effect.
But accomplishments and great moments of joy can also lead to that self reflection.
What are you thankful for?
Today, be appreciative of what you have.
Then, do the same tomorrow.
Take a moment and say thank you on a daily basis.
Being thankful everyday for what you have is a mind altering experience.
Try this quick and easy exercise every day.
Wake up and immediately say what you are grateful for.
It could be as simple as another day on earth.
Your feet touching the ground.
The ability to breathe.
Or get more involved–be grateful for a specific person, condition, thing, whatever it is in your life that you are grateful for.
There are half full and half empty people on this planet.
The half full group has their glass filled with gratitude.
Gratitude is one of those emotions that can increase well-being and happiness among those who deliberately create it.
Gratitude can also increase energy, optimism and empathy; all characteristics of positive, happy people.
Imagine being aware of all the good things that surround you.
Imagine how much easier it would be to handle diversity and opposition when you have this upbeat attitude?
Imagine having a purpose in life, an appreciation for those lives around you, and a willingness to take action to show your feeling of gratitude.
Those are the ingredients to a more fulfilled balanced life.
Focus on the big and the small things to show your gratitude.
You will find that as you express this new attitude, you will emit a positive energy or aura that will attract into your life exactly what you need to proceed and succeed.
Gratitude is a state of mind that we all have access to.
It takes practice and with practice, it reaps great benefits.
Don’t let a tragedy or accomplishment be the thing that reminds you that you should be grateful.
Try vocalizing it every day.
It could be the same thing daily.
Or a new thing.
Find the positive, first thing in the morning and run with it!
Today is the day to change your way of thinking and I can help. Schedule your free call by clicking here: http://www.tinammeitl.com/apply/
Let’s start making changes for the BETTER!
Let’s get REAL,
Just Me, Tina
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