Frank Agin, host of Networking Rx and founder of AmSpirit Business Connections, has a conversation with University of Washington Associate Professor Ryan Fehr about the impact of gratitude in our professional environments. To contact Ryan, e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frank Agin, host of Networking Rx and founder of AmSpirit Business Connections, has a conversation with a neuroscience geek, Melissa Hughes, PhD, about the inner workings of the brain and how gratitude impacts it. To reach Melissa, contact her at via https://www.melissahughes.rocks/
Frank Agin, host of Networking Rx and founder of AmSpirit Business Connections, has a conversation with Mary Ceccanese with Dynamic Connections about gratitude and the evidence supporting its many benefits. To reach Mary, contact her at email@example.com.
In the book Be Connected: Strategies To Attract The Right Opportunities, Connections And Clients Through Effective Networking, consultant, speaker, and author Terry Bean writes:
“Being grateful for what you have is far more powerful than complaining about what you lack.”
He goes on to explain that maintaining an attitude of gratitude allows you to have the right mindset. It’s from this proper attitude that you actually attract more of what you seek.
The human mind focuses on and becomes attuned to situations in your mind. If you dwell on life’s imperfections (and we all have them), you’ll find more and more of them. And, in time, become consumed by a downward spiral of negativity.
But if you focus on and become grateful for whatever you have, your brain will work to attract more of it. Be thankful for all the wonderful things in life … personal and professional … and you’ll find that additional goodness will come your way.
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