Today, I am grateful for:

1. Understanding that change for the greater good is never as easy as change only for yourself
2. Working with some really great people and them pulling through when things need to get done
3. Little gestures that can mean more than you expect
4. Getting things out in the open and trying to create transparency
5. Understanding that people's unwillingness to hear the truth is not a reason to keep quite about them

How Can Five Daily Gratitudes Help You?

As UC Davis psychologist Robert Emmons has demonstrated in his research, "The evidence that cultivating gratefulness is good for you is overwhelming... Specifically, we have shown that gratitude is positively related to such critical outcomes as life satisfaction, vitality, happiness, self-esteem, optimism, hope, empathy, and willingness to provide emotional and tangible support for other people, whereas being ungrateful is related to anxiety, depression, envy, materialism, and loneliness" (learn more here).

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Today, I am grateful for:

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