Learn to be great at grat­i­tude

If list­ing your bless­ings feels repet­i­tive, David sug­gests try­ing the fol­low­ing vari­a­tions for a week at a time

Spirit and Destiny - - Gratitude Masterclass -

1 Write down five to 10 events that have hap­pened in your life that you’re grate­ful for, in­clud­ing a sen­tence or two about why you’re grate­ful for them.

2 List five cur­rent sit­u­a­tions in your life that you’re grate­ful for, in their en­tirety or in part, and why.

3 Note down five things in life that you’re ex­cited about. This one helps peo­ple set goals, un­in­ten­tion­ally, be­cause you’re think­ing of things that ex­cite you that you’ve ac­tu­ally for­got­ten.

4 Write down five to 10 things you’re grate­ful for that have hap­pened to­day.

5 Think of five peo­ple in your life, they can be from the present or past, that you’re grate­ful for and why. School teach­ers you’ve for­got­ten, even ran­dom strangers who made an im­pact in your life, whether that be in a small or large way. Af­ter just one week that’s an in­cred­i­ble 35 peo­ple!

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