-My family, including their health and mine.
-My creativity and unique lens, through which I see the world.
-My grit, determination, and persistence. The ability to push through where others can’t.
Gratitude involves being able to tap into that “higher growth-owner” mindset where you can see the world from a 10,000 foot view. You are helping to shift your entire perception of the world from the glass half-empty to half-full. From dark to light and bad to good. You’re ensuring you are laser-focused on the things that make you happy and help you feel alive inside; and reminding yourself you have great things going for you and there is only more to come. It genuinely gives you propulsion to help gain the momentum that you’re looking for throughout the day – as opposed to focusing on all the things that make you unhappy (which the 95%ers spend most of their day doing) thus causing friction and causing you to freeze in place, stripping your changes of making progress. The more you take inventory of the great things you have going for you, the more you’ll naturally start having more great things going, and the bad will fade away.