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July 11, 2015
According to Vishen Lakihani of Finer Minds, if you express gratitude and appreciation every day for 30 days, your happiness level will increase by 25 percent.
Express gratitude and appreciation for yourself and your body.
Express gratitude and appreciation for your spouse and your children, if you have a spouse and/or children.
Express gratitude and appreciation for your animal companions, if you have them.
Express gratitude and appreciation for your income, even if you hate your job. Having an income beats not having one.
Express gratitude and appreciation for your home, your food, your clothes, clean drinking water, sanitation and the sunshine.
There are millions of things to be grateful for and appreciative of even if you are going through a crisis or experiencing a hardship.
Expressing gratitude and appreciation will fill you up, making everything feel brighter.
©2015 Are You Willing to Be Seen? Coaching
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