Are you intentionally grateful? Not enough of us are. But we truly need to be!
When I was a kid, my mom (who makes a cameo in this video!) always reminded me to be grateful—and I’m so happy she did!
The hustle and bustle of daily life can overshadow other things we should be appreciating. So, sometimes we just need to quiet the noise and be thankful. But doing so can take practice.
How to Develop the Habit of Gratitude
Gratitude is not only an admirable characteristic, studies have shown it can make you more successful in every area of your life. Individuals who regularly practice gratitude find themselves happier, wealthier, and healthier—in addition to experiencing a host of other positive effects.
To develop an attitude of gratitude, make it a habit. Do it daily. You must. It matters that much!
Carve out a moment to be intentionally grateful, and record it in a journal or in some other way. Spend a bit of time on this, and dig deep.
In my video above, I explain even more reasons why this practice is so, so important and share additional tips about mastering the art.
Do you have an attitude of gratitude? Are you working on it? How so?
Let’s discuss below in the comment section.