All of us have much to be thankful for. As we gather around the dining room table this Thanksgiving remember to give thanks for all you have, be grateful for your family, your friends, your health, your job and give thanks and say a special prayer for our men and women fighting for our freedom. All of us, despite the trials and predicaments we face everyday have something or someone to thank or be grateful for.
In today’s Wall Street Journal, Melinda Beck writes about giving thanks and showing gratitude and why it is good for your health and success. I encourage you to read and save the article for future reference.
I also encourage you to visit my blog on May 3rd titled “What does gratitude have to do with leadership”?
We have choices in life. We can either choose to be thankful and grateful everyday or not. Living a life of gratitude and thankfulness will lead to a richer, healthier and more fulling life. One that you can pass on to generations.
What choices are you making?