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2 Most Important Words In The World!

Published on 9/13/2018
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2 Most Important Words In The World!

I have something amazing for you… a magic potion that will make you happier, healthier, more optimistic and more productive.  It won’t cost you a thing and it will require very little effort.
Want some? 
Yeah, I figured you would be smart enough to be getting some of this! :)  The thing is… you don’t need a potion – you already have it residing inside of you. 
The 2 Most Important Words In The World??
Some of what we’ll talk about today will be internal – some will be ACTION for you to take. 
Science tells us that an "attitude of gratitude" is a good health choice. Really? Being more grateful, more often, makes us happier and more optimistic. Gratitude can also add to the bottom line - in very real ways. The best news about gratitude is that it requires little time and zero money.
Here are five reasons gratitude improves your life:
Gratitude attracts what we want. The universal law of attraction says that we will attract into our life the things we think about and focus on. Since this is true, wouldn't you want more of what you are thankful for? (I think I know the answer to that!) Remember that when you are consciously aware of your blessings, and are grateful for them, you are focusing more clearly on what you do want in your life - and are attracting more of those things into your life.
Gratitude improves relationships. We learn the importance of saying "thank you" as little children. We are taught that habit because it is "good manners." This childhood lesson is extremely powerful. Think about those people that you know who are most appreciative of you - and let you know it. How do you feel about them? Does their appreciation positively impact your relationship with them? Of course it does! Be grateful for people, their contributions, their talents and their actions - and make sure you let them know how you feel.
Gratitude reduces negativity. You cannot be negative about your situation when you are thinking about things for which you are grateful. One of the fastest ways to improve your mood or outlook is to count your blessings.
Gratitude improves problem solving skills. Too often we look at problem solving with a very jaded view. "Something is wrong. We have barriers in our way. Then, we have to put in effort to fix it." Conversely, when we think about what we are grateful for we open our minds up to new possibilities and connections. We also enter a problem solving situation with a perspective of improvement and opportunity rather than challenge or issue.
Gratitude helps us learn. Every dark cloud has a silver lining. Behind every problem lies an opportunity. Being grateful for our situation - even if we don't like everything about it - allows us to be thankful for the opportunity to learn something new. 
Yeah, I know this is a tough one. And I also know you’re thinking…
That's fine, Todd, but how do I do it?
It sounds great, but how can I really be more grateful, more often?
It's really very easy.
Let's practice right now.
1.  Make a list of five things you are grateful for right now. These can be big things (like your family) or little things (like the fact that someone held the door open for you this morning). This can be a mental list but I REALLY encourage you to write it down. If you’re like me, your brain can empty pretty fast!  Do it now.
2. Reflect on your list and allow yourself to feel good about these things. Okay, more than 5 seconds would be good.  Surely these things deserve just a few minutes of your valuable time.  If you can’t pull this off, you’re keying in to why your life is out of balance…
3.  If there is a person you can thank or show your appreciation to, do that now as well (a quick call, text or email is an awesome start!).
STOP EVERYTHING! This is not just a casual suggestion. Gratitude changes lives – yours, and the person receiving your gratitude. 
Already today I have:
- Sent an email to a person helping me online; telling them how grateful I am for their professionalism and attention to detail.  They wrote back a surprised note of their own gratitude – saying people don’t ever tell me thank you.
- Said a very sincere thank you to a person giving customer service on the phone. I took it a step further by asking to speak to their supervisor.  It took me just a few moments to praise them and let their boss know they’re doing a great job. I received an email from the customer service rep this morning, telling me it meant the world to them. How easy to make a difference!
- Called a friend just to tell them how grateful I am for their friendship and how much they mean to me. Yes, it put a huge smile on their face. 
- Came up with a solution to a BIG problem by journaling my gratitude for the lessons I was going to learn. While I was journaling, the solution unfolded before me.
Ahhh… the power of the 2 most important words in the world.
"Next to excellence is the appreciation of it."
Who can you say Thank You to right now?
You can do this exercise anytime, and you don't have to stop at five things. In fact, it is a great idea to keep a running list in your Journal, planner or notebook - this way you can return to your list anytime you wish, reinforcing your gratitude.
Now at any moment you can make a list, bask in those thoughts, and share that thankfulness with others.
You've probably thought of being thankful as a good thing to do or the right thing to do. Yet now hopefully you see it can be even more powerful than "right."
Gratitude is an attitude. Gratitude is a choice. And gratitude is a habit. When we consciously practice being grateful for the people, situations and resources around us we begin to attract better relationships and results. The habit will be strengthened as you make the choice each day.
Want an Ultimate Life? Learn to be Ultimately Grateful! 

2 Most Important Words In The World!

Share with me what your thoughts on this are. What are you willing to do, TODAY< to step up and stand in your greatness? 

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