The 21 Day Gratitude Journey, Day 1

Gratitude is one of my all time favorite words, hands down.

I was listening to a business audio this afternoon & I got bowled over by an idea that I just could not ignore.

The idea is this:

I’ll spend the next 21 days focused on gratitude. Each day I will focus on one aspect & each day I will show my gratitude & appreciation to someone new.

And what I’d love is for you to join me. Tell your friends, your family, co-workers, anyone.

I honestly feel that if we can embrace gratitude & all the goodness in the world, then we’ll be able to make amazing & far reaching positive change.

We are all capable of amazing things & it’ll take far less effort than you may think!

Gratitude is step one.

Assignment for Day 1:

1. What does gratitude mean to you? How is it present in your life, or is it present in your life?

How do you want gratitude to be in your life? What shape, size or involvement do you want gratitude to have?

Spend a few minutes thinking & writing. Choose one place to collect your thoughts for our 21 day journey.

2. Choose your first person to show gratitude to. You are free to speak your gratitude, write your gratitude or show your gratitude.

Any way that feels the most appropriate, that is how you need to do it.

Be honest & open. You are doing everything right!

Please feel free to share your thoughts below. Ask for help, guidance or support.

We’re all in this together.

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  • Annette Nack

    Gratitude to me is a very precious word. It’s something that we could all use more of but usually don’t get enough of. What I have done, however, is make a conscious effort to always say Thank You, that’s a start.

    I like to think of gratitude as a pay it forward kind of thing, creating ripples that far outweigh any kind of effort on my part to actually show the initial gratitude.

    I get the warm & fuzzies whenever I see displays of gratitude.

    “Be the change…” usually echoes in my ear when I think of gratitude.

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