I came across this poem, Be Grateful by an unknown author, when I was writing my book, Gratitude and Goals in 2006. It's hard to believe that something which so beautifully defines the essence of gratitude goes unclaimed. When I read it I can't help but connect fully with what the author was trying to teach us. Be grateful...for everything. Whether you think something is good or bad, it all has meaning. If you aim to live your life finding the reason(s) to be grateful in everything, you will literally begin to live a life of bliss. All negativity will drift away. Your relationships will bloom. Your dreams will begin to manifest. You will be happy.
It's official! The people at National Day Calendar accepted my application. The month of November - this and every year - is now officially declared “National Gratitude Month” throughout the USA and Canada. In celebration of National Gratitude Month I decided to host a “30 Day Global Gratitude Challenge”, starting November 1, 2015. It’s free to participate. When you enroll, you will receive a new message every day straight to your email inbox giving you opportunity to practice gratitude in new and interesting ways.
November is National Gratitude Month. In case you haven't heard...on September 2015, the National Day Calendar accepted my application to designate an entire month to recognizing the importance of gratitude. From this day forward, the month of November every year is officially proclaimed National Gratitude Month throughout the U.S and Canada. Gratitude is more than simply saying “thank you.” Practicing daily gratitude gives us a…
We've all heard of Warren Buffett. Multi billionaire, the greatest investor of the 20th century, philanthropist, BFF to Bill Gates. He's given people a lot of great advice over the years about how to invest their money. But, this one bit he gave his personal pilot of 10 years, Mike Flint, will teach you how to get everything you want in life.
I was on a call today with a woman who cried every time she talked about her passion. She was totally embarrassed by her sudden outburst of emotion, and she feared that unless she learned to control the crying, her emotions would keep her from having success in business. She was just about to find out that the one thing she had been trying to suppress for years - her tears- were actually the secret to her future success.