As a life coach, I’ve preached the importance of gratitude over and over. But, what would happen in your life and in the world if you spent just 90 days showing gratitude? Today is August 26th. There are exactly 90 days till Thanksgiving Day in the United States.
What if you found just one thing to be grateful for every day for the next 90 days? What if you helped to spread this message to all those you knew and got them expressing more gratitude? Could that change the world?
In 2009, I started posting my gratitude daily on Facebook starting the beginning of November. I did this consistently for the remainder of the month and liked the results so much I never stopped. It has changed my life in ways I never could have imagined.
Gratitude can change your life. IT WILL change your life if you let it. It is such an incredibly simple thing to do. And, while many things are simple but not easy, this is also an easy thing to do. It takes very little time to record one thing for which to be grateful each day.
Gratitude Project 2011
So here’s the idea. Let’s unite the world through gratitude.
1. Post a gratitude on your wall every single day for the next 90 days.
2. Share on your wall, in your groups, on fan pages, in newsletters and blog posts, everywhere and anywhere you can think to and get the entire Facebook community sharing their gratitude as well.
With this one small act, we can effect major change. Watch it happen.
Join the Fan page here and get started on your 90 days of Gratitude!
Why is the Gratitude Project 2011 so important? Every day we hear stories of people who have lost their jobs, homes, businesses. What we aren’t hearing are the stories of people who have gotten jobs, bought new homes or grown incredible businesses. Having a place to share our gratitudes allows us all to see the wonderful things that are happening in the world!
Please also consider stopping back here periodically to check in and let us know how it’s going. We’d love to get your input on this. Will we notice a global difference by making a change in our own personal lives? What do you think?
Please see our update to the Gratitude Project here.