Gratitude is the growth fertilizer for fulfilling positive, and meaningful personal and professional lives, and businesses. It takes the unknown, chaotic, stressful, and overwhelming aspects into context. Gratitude makes us appreciate and lean into what we have and to move forward with creativity and possibilities.
A solid foundation and practice of gratitude becomes the lubrication to transformation in difficult times. In easier times it makes things, well, easier. It’s simple and easy to do once. Making a habit a practice takes work. It costs so little and can make all the difference. It requires regular practice. Here’s 12 ways you can practice gratitude and a quick planning guide.
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