Gratitude is a powerful tool.
It can change your moment, your experience, your job, your love, your friendships, your life! And it does this at your command! Like a beautiful blossom opening to receive, you'll see your life unfold! That doesn't mean it's 'easy' or overnight. It's a process, a practice, a workout you must commit to daily, and it will change your thinking and change your life.
We've designed several tools to help get you there. With as little as five minutes a day of intentional awareness, your Gratitude practice will become ingrained in every hour of your day. With The 28 Day Gratitude Workout book or course you can practice different exercises daily, and strengthen your gratitude muscle.
(Coming October 2018)
For those looking to amp up your gratitude practice, Graticise™ 365 keeps you going all year long, with results that will expand your gratitude muscle! And if you're looking for ways to spread the gratitude all around you, try our weekly Thursday's Note, a book that gives you 52 different ways (reasons) to write a thank you note every Thursday and can be a powerful tool for challenging relationships.
Just as you see results when you workout physically, you will see results how practicing these daily exercises lead you to experience some truly amazing, life-changing results.
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Do you know what your Gratitude Fitness level is?
We have created this Grati-Fit™ test to help you identify and focus on areas in your life which might need a Gratitude shift. Current research continues to reveal the ways in which exercising gratitude benefits our emotional, mental and physical health - and the practice extends to all areas of our lives.*
Download and take this short quiz to find out what areas need your Gratitude attention today!
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2. O'Connell, B. H., O'Shea, D., & Gallagher, S. (2017). Feeling Thanks and Saying Thanks: A Randomized Controlled Trial Examining If and How Socially Oriented Gratitude Journals Work. Journal Of Clinical Psychology, 73(10), 1280-1300. doi:10.1002/jclp.22469.
3. Vieselmeyer, J., Holguin, J., & Mezulis, A. (2017). The role of resilience and gratitude in posttraumatic stress and growth following a campus shooting. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice And Policy, 9(1), 62-69. doi:10.1037/tra0000149.