Is being sensitive a bad thing? From an early age we are told to “suck it up” and to “stop crying” and are not given permission to lean into the natural emotions that we feel. As a result, when we are adults we often see being “sensitive” as a negative thing without seeing it as the GIFT it really is.
Have you ever had a strong expectation that something was going to turn out a certain way only to be disappointed that it went in a completely different direction? Maybe your hopes were up that something would happen and when it didn’t, you were left extremely frustrated.
For the past several months we have been producing Attitude of Gratitude on Thursdays to encourage you to invite gratitude into your life as a daily practice. Unfortunately, I have seen that there are still so many people who are hesitant to practice gratitude because they simply do not believe that it will work. In today’s episode, I share with you exactly how one moment of gratitude WILL slowly change your life.
He is the author of Fish Our of Water, a mastermind facilitator, podcast host, and successful entrepreneur, but Calvin Wayman openly admits that it has not always been easy and even he struggles with mental health issues.
Here we are! The first Attitude of Gratitude for the New Year! Let’s start this year with an abundance of gratitude for all that we went through in 2019. What happened to you this past year that made you a better person? What was something you feared in 2019 that ended up being a huge blessing? We have so much to be grateful for!
As 2019 is coming to a close I wanted to share with you more about my mental health journey. The intention of this episode is to provide you with actionable steps and resources that will help you level up your mental wellness as we embark on a new year.
I am so excited to introduce you to someone who has been instrumental in my own gratitude practice. Gorgian Benta host of The Gratitude Podcast joins us today to talk about why he is so passionate about gratitude and how it pulled him out of a time where he had “hit rock bottom”.