RTL 04: Relationship to Gratitude: What does it mean to be Grateful?

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In this next episode, I explore our relationship to gratitude — what does it mean to be grateful?

I address questions such as:

  • How and when did your relationship to gratitude begin?
  • What does it mean to be grateful?
  • How does it work?
  • What does a healthy relationship to gratitude look like?
  • What are your old beliefs about gratitude?
  • What do you believe to be true today?
  • What other relationships does gratitude affect?
  • What lenses can I look through to better appreciate my life?

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Quotables

“Look, I feel blessed / Way up I feel blessed, way up I feel blessed / Straight up.”― “Blessings” (feat. Drake & Kanye West)

“I call my gratitude journal my ‘thank account,’ and every day I deposit millionaire moments into my gratitude journal.”― Jullien Gordon

“Recording 6 years of gratitude and 12,000 moments was a huge change for me in terms of moving from a mindset of scarcity to a mindset of abundance.”― Jullien Gordon

“I keep my gratitude journal in my back pocket. When I get a moment to sit and be still, it reminds me to write down what I’m grateful for.”― Jullien Gordon

“What I am grateful for depends on how I see the world.”― Jullien Gordon

Appreciate literally means ‘to increase the value of.’ If I appreciate what I have in my life, I am literally increasing its value to me as I notice and acknowledge their presence in my life.”― Jullien Gordon

“Appreciating is noticing what you already have.”― Jullien Gordon

“Life is made up of many years. Years are made up of many days. Days are made up of many hours. Hours are made up of many minutes, and minutes are made up of many moments. And the more millionaire moments you notice, the richer your life will be.”― Jullien Gordon

“You experience more happy hours by enjoying the journey.”― Jullien Gordon

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I do not claim to be a thought leader on all of these subjects, but I am a thought breeder. My favorite part of doing these podcasts is participating in the conversation they breed. Each week, I ask one question. Share your answer on , , or .

This Week’s Challenge

Think about your favorite dish, and take your time appreciating every ingredient, person, and process that goes into delivering it to you. Take time to mentally thank every person who helped get it to you, each ingredient required, the business created to deliver your dish, and the farmers who helped grow the ingredients.

When you think about your $15 meal this way (I love salmon burgers), it’s very powerful. Because here got something for $15, and you see all of the hands that went forth to bring this to you.

This Week’s Inspiration

In this episode I mentioned one of my favorite resources, including:

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