When I first started my coaching business, I tagged myself as the "Coach who has an Attitude about Gratitude!" I still am that coach. I have taught and practiced gratitude for over eight years.
What I have learned is that when it becomes a chore or a "have to" then it is time to shake up how you are recording and practicing gratitude. There are so many ways to practice gratitude and the benefits of having a practice of gratitude have been proven scientifically.
Here are just a few ways to incorporate and practice gratitude in your daily life:
The benefits of creating a practice of gratitude? Studies have shown that people who practice gratitude sleep on average 30 minutes more a night. Individuals have reported having better emotional health, some have even reported weight loss!
So here is to beginning a practice of gratitude. Let me know what ways you are practicing and what you noticed since beginning the practice.
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MS, ICPS, ICADC
Judy has become known as the coach who has a great “attitude about gratitude!”
Her coaching style focuses on individual strengths; by focusing on our strengths we can positively impact those around us.
She has an extensive background in training 25++ years.
She conducts training around the nation.