Create a Plan to Practice Gratitude Every Day

This is the last post in the seven part series about Gratitude. Thank you so much for joining me on this amazing journey. I hope you’ve learned a lot and are ready to create a plan to practice gratitude every day. If you’re just joining the series, you can click on Gratitude at the top of the page to find posts 1-6. Thanks for joining me today!

Everything good that’s ever happened in my life has happened when I was open to receiving it. It always seemed like good things happened when I was in a happy sort of place, or when I was reaching out for specific outcomes. I completely credit that to my practice of gratitude.

I haven’t always practiced gratitude, and I have certainly wavered in its consistency. I’ll even admit that I sometimes didn’t even  recognize the practice as gratitude training, but another kind of spiritual connection. But when I do practice and it is consistent, it’s like the universe reaches out and says, “whatever you want, is yours. You need only ask.” And when I ask, I receive. Not always in the way I think or hope, but it happens every time.

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I have achieved most of my major life goals.

I joined the Peace Corps, I traveled through Africa, I completed a marathon and learned to drive. I’ve been in love and I’ve attended university. I’ve written a novel, and have had essays published. I’ve been a programmer for a film festival, and I’ve created movies and wrote lyrics and poems. All of these things happened because I opened my mindful appreciation to the world around me, and I asked.

My great hope for you, is that through your practice of gratitude, you will experience your life.

Things won’t just happen to you, but you’ll learn to guide the course of your life by mindfully appreciating that around you, and asking for the life changes and lessons you want. And when things happen that are out of your control, I hope that you have the new skills to navigate yourself into a safer place, emotionally, spiritually, and physically.

Helping people live their fullest lives is something I’ve been passionate about since I was a teenager, and I love that the internet has found a way to connect us on this journey together.

I want to make sure that your new practice of gratitude has a solid base, because it’s not something that will develop over night. There are many studies that say habits take 18-21 days to form. It takes a regular… practice.

So I want to share with you something I’ve been preparing for a while. It is a plan I’ve used myself to help kick start my practice of gratitude and now I’m prepared to share it with you, for free.

Click here to join now!

We all need help sometimes, especially if we’re looking to dramatically change our lives. This three week course is designed to help start (or restart) your practice of gratitude. In it you’ll find daily actions that won’t take too much time to complete every day, and tips to make sure you remember. Each week focuses on a different theme to help set you up for success.

Success to me means building a strong practice through gratitude training, and creating a personal “patronus” to overcome the “dementors” in our lives.

Here is what you’ll receive when you sign up for my Free Gratitude Training e-course:

  • Weekly gratitude printable worksheets with daily prompts
  • More information on the science behind gratitude training
  • Weekly activities you can practice once a week to build your practice
  • Plus more!
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In 21 days, you’ll build the skills through mindful appreciation to cultivate gratitude. Skills you can share with you friends, family, and co-workers. Improve your life with simple action oriented goals. 

If you’d like to join my Gratitude Training e-course, it’s the easiest thing to do! Just fill out this form here, and you’ll be on your way!

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