In this week’s gratitude podcast from A Year Full Of Gratitude here we’re talking about why it’s quality, not quantity, that counts when it comes to your Monkey Mind. I’m spilling the beans on why we sometimes do those deep, sighing breaths at the start of a gratitude minute – and how you can use all of this to feel happier, fast – and more easily. Show notes here.
In this week’s gratitude podcast from A Year Full Of Gratitude here we’re talking about how to use gratitude to get a great night’s sleep! It’s also a perfect antidote for setting yourself free from those secret 3am worries. Plus I’ll guide you through the two primary emotions that drive all of our thoughts and actions – and how your gratitude practice is already helping you to get these back in balance. Show notes here.
In this week’s gratitude podcast, I’m sharing the single question that unlocks and unblocks our resistance – our secret excuses – when we’re getting in the way of changing our lives, so you don’t have to do your gratitude minutes through gritted teeth! Plus I’m sharing the magic question that makes changing your life easy! Show notes here. Get A Year Full Of Gratitude here.
In this week’s gratitude podcast, we’re talking about ‘gratitude stage fright’ – that moment where your mind goes blank and all you can think about is stuff that makes you feel bad. We’ll dive in with the week 3 techniques from A Year Full Of Gratitude plus there’s a ninja tip for how to use this week’s technique to transform your home into your own, personal sanctuary – without spending a penny. Show notes here.
“But how do I feel gratitude? I get stuck with thinking it and it doesn’t make any difference!” This fabulous question was asked by one of my readers this week. It’s time to talk about the elephant in the room – why so often positive thinking isn’t enough; it doesn’t work. In fact, it can make us feel […]
This super-common gratitude mistake can actually make us feel worse – yet nearly all of us are doing it. Find out how to spot it – and how to avoid it – plus some ninja-tips for taming your inner critic on your passionate world changer journey: And when you’ve watched this, I’d love to […]