Posts Tagged ‘gratitude’
6 Steps to Bring Back Joy
If you have lost the joy of running your business – here’s how to get it back! Be Present. Be grateful Listen to your stories Your connection – Your why – your purpose Give yourself permission to feel – it’s ok! F.A.R.C. Be present. Focus on what you can control right here – right NOW! The…Read More
10 Free Ways You Can Find Joy!
1. Find something for which to be grateful — now and every time you feel anything other than joyful! It’s impossible to have a heart full of misery and a heart full of joy. Gratitude is the great re-framer! When you look through gratitude glasses everything changes, no matter what happens in your life, so…Read More
3 Ways to Stay Sane in a Crazy World
Lifestyles in our culture leave many people feeling exhausted, stressed, overwhelmed and functioning below par. Have you ever read Michael Gerber’s book The E Myth? In it, he says entrepreneurs fail because they are too busy working IN their businesses and not ON their businesses. The same applies to life. Most people are so swamped…Read More
With Gratitude Everything Looks Good!
How many times a day do you say thank you? Do you say it because it’s a built in automatic response, or do you say it because you mean it? Think of the last time you really expressed sincere appreciation for someone; how did you feel? Imagine if you felt like that all the time!…Read More
Gratitude at Work
What things are you thankful for in your place of work? Go to work today with the specific intention of finding all the things you could be thankful for – and then be thankful for them! Your boss Your friends Your colleagues The intellectual stimulation The chance to learn Growth and development The relationships The…Read More
When the Going Gets Tough – the Tough Get Grateful!
Gratitude is the great re-framer! No matter what happens to us, the sooner we find something for which to be grateful the sooner the healing starts! Of course, at a major crisis time, it’s not always easy to focus on gratitude. For example, the death of a loved one is not one where our grief…Read More
How to Love the Job You Have
Some people enjoy work — they like their boss, their colleagues and the intellectual stimulation. But what if you don’t like your work or the people with whom you work? What can you do? Here is my number one tip: …actively look for things for which to be grateful. When I lived in Dallas, our…Read More