4 ways to start a gratitude practice that WORKS (Counterintuitive productivity hack?)

I used to be non-stop busy all day, but by the end of the day I'd still feel unaccomplished and overwhelmed.

I always felt behind.

No matter how hard I tried, I felt like I couldn't catch up with everything.

Then I discovered the greatest counterintuitive productivity secret ever...

I started a gratitude practice.

A daily gratitude practice made me feel more grateful for my life and my day (obviously), but it also had another surprising benefit.

Reflecting with a daily gratitude practice gave me a sense of incremental progress and accomplishment.

It trained me to have a sense of appreciation for what I’ve accomplished so far.

Then I started moving forward into the next day feeling grateful for how far I've come, with more spaciousness and joy, instead of rush, overwhelm and ultimately, burnout.

In this video I share with you the top 4 gratitude practices that worked for me to feel that sense of appreciation and accomplishment day-to-day, enjoy the journey more, and live a more fulfilling life of peace and ease!

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Special thanks to Tudor Williams for help making this video!

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