Gratitude – Day 4

Reset Your Thinking Day 4 – Gratitude

Be aware of your feelings and how you “relish” and “savor” this gift in your imagination. Take the time to be especially aware of the depth of your gratitude.

ResetRest Your Thinking requires daily gratitude exercises resulting in higher levels of alertness, enthusiasm, determination, optimism and energy. Additionally, your gratitude makes you more likely to help others and achieve your personal goals.

Research has proved that practicing gratitude reduces fear, anxiety, high blood pressure, and heart disease. Bottom line, gratitude can extend your life. Take the time today to begin your gratitude journal. Take one step further write down 5 things you’re grateful for and tell a close friend. #JoyIsContagious

Let me recap your gratitude results in..

  • Less depression and stress
  • Higher levels of alertness
  • More enthusiasm
  • More energy 

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Change Your Thinking – Day 1

Reset Your Thining Day 1 – Change Your Thinking
“There is a law in psychology that if you form a picture in your mind of what you would like to be, and you keep and hold that picture there long enough, you will soon become exactly as you have been thinking.” —William James
ResetYou will soon become exactly as you have been THINKING. Hmmm, what have you been thinking about you? Delete negative words from your vocabulary (e.g., “never,” “can’t” and “try”). Identify when you tend to use negative words. If you say something negative, follow up that statement with a positive one. For example: “I just can’t run.” Follow up: “I can walk on the treadmill.”
Assignment:  Write each positive affirmation you choose on a notebook or whiteboard throughout the day.
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