30 Days of Gratefulness
Research shows that the practice of gratitude improves resiliency. Resiliency has been shown to result in better health.
Our stressed-out, unhappy states of mind are costing our communities to bear great burdens in direct healthcare costs, lost human capital, and lower quality of life. The financial and personal costs of poor mental health are simply too great to ignore.
Don’t think that there’s nothing YOU can do to change this situation.
The Gratitude Challenge is an opportunity to improve your own mental health and contribute to better well-being in others. All you have to do is come up with one thing you are grateful for every day for 30 days and record your gratitude. You can share your thoughts with others or privately observe them.
- visit my Facebook and Twitter pages to participate in this event
- start your own gratitude list
- encourage others to do likewise
The secret of getting ahead is getting started. The secret to getting started is breaking your complex overwhelming tasks into small manageable tasks and then starting on the first one.Mark Twain
Start small. Think big. Change your life. Change the world.
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