Gratitude Helps Focus Your Awareness
There are so many aspects of modern society we take for granted. Below is a funny example of one of those ‘necessities’ that millions in the world go without.
We get used to conveniences of our modern life, like toilets.
It can be very challenging to be appreciative and thankful every second of every day. I have a lot going on and I could spend my entire life just giving appreciation. Ever feel that?
Stopping, however, for a few moments to give GRATITUDE every day can, and will change your life.
The reality is that while I cannot spend every minute of the day being appreciative, I rarely stop on any day to be grateful.
THE .001% MIRACLE!
Accept this challenge. Commit to spending .001% of your time, every day for one week, to something that will change your life. Can you commit to .001%? How much time is that? Ninety seconds. That’s all. You have 86,400 seconds in every day. Take 90 of those and focus on being grateful. But don’t stop there. Write down what you are grateful for each day.
Take the next week and spend 90 seconds every morning and list out what you are grateful for and express your gratitude.
If you take this challenge for one week, you WILL change your outlook on life. Recognize how you are feeling as you begin work and how starting your day with gratitude shifts your perception.
Thousands of people have taken this challenge through our workshops in the corporate world and have experienced life-changing results. Gratitude helps you control your Awareness.
Making a habit of expressing gratitude is what we call a transcendent habit and is a Rapid Results Accelerator in our Roadmap to Legendary. It changes everything in your life – the way you think, how you view the world, what you buy. Not all of this happens at once, but it does happen in time as Gratitude becomes a habit.
If you want to learn more, here is a great article from the Greater Good Institute at UC, Berkeley. They study the science behind living a good life and is a great place to spend some time reading!