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The Simple Gratitude Exercise That's Changing Lives

Our subconscious minds are wired to see the worst in every situation even when we want to see the best. Over time, we can change the habits we've created if we are willing to put in the work, allowing us to experience better sense of well being and overall happiness.


That's why I use this simple gratitude exercise each day... and it's changing lives.


The Gratitude Exercise will work for you, too.


Be willing to practice daily gratitude and experience an overall better sense of self.



The Gratitude Exercise is simple.

Each morning, take a moment for you.

Ask Yourself These Questions:


1. What 5 things am I grateful for?

2. What 5 things do I love about myself?

3. What 5 things have I done well today?

4. What do I want to achieve today?

5. What do I want to achieve this week?


Be kind to yourself when creating these lists! Speak to yourself, and about yourself, how you'd talk to your closest friends.


If you wouldn't say it to a friend, don't say it to yourself.

Whatever you choose as your answer for each question is correct. Just be consistent in practicing The Gratitude Exercise to slowly begin to experience small, positive changes in your attitude and life.


Answering simple questions each morning starts your day with a sense of purpose and meaning from the moment you wake up... reminding yourself of what you have and what you're grateful for rather than examining the negative, a looming to do list, or task.



Do this activity everyday for 30 days and see how your mindset and life changes for the better.


You'll start feeling a better sense of overall purpose and happiness.


The best part? It's completely free and all starts with your desire to feel good and create a positive outlook from the inside out.




What are you already doing to practice daily gratitude?


Leave Questions and Comment below!




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