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As we approach our 100th episode I thought it would be appropriate to celebrate our milestone Attitude of Gratitude by interviewing someone who I credit for my gratitude practice, my own father.

As I have mentioned on the show before my parents raised my siblings and I to look for and express gratitude on a daily basis. As an adult I am incredibly grateful for this being instilled in me, because as we discuss on the show, gratitude enriches your life in every way.

Today my father shares with us the origins of his gratitude practice, including stories about his father which created a legacy of gratitude in our family. We also talk about why he believes that practicing gratitude is like a “dinosaur” and the responsibility we have to carry on the practice and train our children to be grateful.

He says, “The world is in search of people who demonstrate gratitude” and we hope this episode not only encourages you to continue your own practice but to also train your children in the importance of gratitude.

We would love to hear from you! Did you parents teach you gratitude? How are you training your children to be grateful? Find us in our private Facebook group Hope to Recharge, because as always, together is better!

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Topics Discussed:

  • The benefits of raising your children/family with gratitude
  • Why we should practice gratitude even when it’s inconvenient
  • How to be a role model for gratitude with your children

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