Why It’s Important to Have an Attitude of Gratitude


  • Make the decision every day to have an Attitude of Gratitude.
  • Those who are gracious and have a gratitude attitude are attractive people. 
    • Appreciation is positive and draws others in like a magnet.
  • Having an attitude of gratitude attracts like-minded people.
    • You attract those who have similar values–people who are joyful and happy; the do-ers in the world.
  • Make a mental decision to have gratitude. 
    • Don’t wait for great things to happen, find things. (Be grateful for your parents without them you wouldn’t be here; be grateful for the job you have when others don’t even have one.)
  • Find the gratitude in your own situation and in your own life, and it multiplies.
  • Gratitude allows you and empowers you to be others-focused. 

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