How To Cultivate An Attitude Of Gratitude

Being the Happiness Coach and Mindset Boss here at Boss Babe I feel obliged to take the opportunity to put a little more thanks into the thanksgiving holidays this week, and explain to you why its so vital you cultivate an attitude of gratitude…


As  a Positive Psychologist and a lover of learning about human behaviour, I’ve done a lot of personal and professional exploration into gratitude, and it’s effects.


I can say without doubt that it is one of my top three methods for creating success, abundance, and fulfilment, and it’s super easy for you to put in to practice.


Here’s what you can do:

1. Every morning begin your day with a grateful thought.

I always start my day by saying, “thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you for this day. I am grateful, in every possible way“.  This really sets the tone for the day and stops you from being inside your head with a million, “I’m so tired’s”, “I hate mornings”, or similar.

2. Do a Gratitude Rampage 

Now this is my special weapon that I share with my private coaching clients… It’s super easy to do. Grab your notepad or a piece of paper, and fill the page with a list of all of the things you are grateful for. Let it flow and remember there is no right and wrong here.

3. Think of 3 good things 

At the end of the day it’s important to reflect on what has gone well. This can transform the way you feel as you drift off to sleep, and allows you to finish the day feeling satisfied. Simply make a note of three good things from your day. It might be something you did, noticed, or experienced.


By being in a state of gratitude you are allowing positive emotions to flow through you – and when you do this you automatically free up your frequency to allow lots more positive in. This means when you practice gratitude you are saying yes to more accomplishment, more wellbeing, and greater success.


Try it 🙂


With Gratitude (of course!),




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