Oct 9, 2018
There are literally unlimited things to be grateful for. Just like getting good at basketball or whatever you can get good at, you can get good at being happy. It's a skill. The more you take the time to practice gratitude and look for the good things around you, the more it makes your mind stronger and the more it increases the probability of you seeing new things. Teddy Droseros, founder of Grateful Peoples, created a Gratitude Journal that is being used for a few social initiatives. Thousands of kids and schools around the country are starting their day with one of these journals and writing down something they’re grateful for every day. Teddy says we have new experiences every day. If you train your mind to think about gratitude, it snowballs in the positive direction.