Gratitude: the habit of those who manage to realize themselves in their lives

I insist with my clients on gratitude training to restore vitality and strength to every area of ​​their lives.

all the best one practice gratitude.

And by best one, I mean authors, entrepreneurs, innovators, and visionaries to whom we love to inspire and of whom we love to read stories.

All of them incorporate in their daily life a moment dedicated to gratitude. Intimate, always, and sometimes shared with the work team.

Bill Gates:

“The more you express gratitude for what you have, the more you realize what you can be grateful for.”

Arianna Huffington says she is happy with her habit of:

“starting and ending the day with three reasons to be thankful. The truth is that every day is a mix of good and bad things”

I love these words of Oprah Winfrey:

“I know for sure that appreciating what comes into your life changes your personal vibration. You can spread and generate well-being for yourself when you are aware of what you have. “

Mark Zuckerberg is committed to a significant challenge every year.

In 2014 he committed himself to write a message of gratitude a day. He says he did it to work on his being overly critical. It seems to have benefited him greatly.

Seth Godin supports gratitude, it allows him to open up possibilities. It unites him with others and makes him happier.

Reflect on these life stories that we take as an example today.

Gratitude was a constant presence even in times when all was not well in their lives. Oprah Winfrey often talks about this.

If you want to know how to become a grateful and happy person please have a look at my path: Dawn of Happiness

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