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Ways To Be More Grateful Everyday

Mudassar Hassan

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  1. Always live in the moment.

Life is an awesome adventure with wonderful experiences and tons of possibilities. Don’t just dwell on repetitive tasks and boring activities. That’s not nice! When you’re a zombie who cares less you’ll often take things for granted. Rather than doing something for the sake, ensure you don’t miss any second of the experience. You’re required to attend a conference? Let it sink in you. Babysit you nephew? Enjoy every moment. Eat a ten-minute lunch? Make sure you taste every bite.

  1. Make an oath to be grateful

When you’re aware of your goal to be more grateful, you’ll always try to find things to be grateful for. Being grateful is a conscious decision. You need to do it consistently.

  1. Feed yourself with inspirational thoughts and motivational quotes.

The gratitude you feel greatly depends on your environment. If you have a greater feeling of passion, drive, and being alive, you’ll be more appreciative, more content, and live more.

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  1. Formulate your own Gratitude Board.

I guess you’ve heard of Dream Boards, Motivation Boards, and Disaster Boards. So, why don’t you come up with a Gratitude Board? Rather than posting your dreams and disasters, replace that with whatever thing you feel grateful for. A little hint: Focus more on experiences and people instead of materialistic things that never last.

  1. Take care of your thoughts.

Yes, you have all the power to control whatever you think of. Think about this exercise for example: if you begin to think of yourself as more and more entitled, stop. Whenever you find yourself repeating useless stuff, stop. And if you get into the thoughts of comparing yourself to others, stop. You’ve got the consciousness. Make sure you use it wisely, and you’ll reap the benefits.

  1. Avoid comparing yourself with other people.

Normally, we humans naturally tend to compare ourselves with other people hoping to get satisfaction. You better listen. I’m telling you that this activity doesn’t help you feel more grateful in your life. It does the opposite. You will always come across someone more attractive, successful, intelligent, and richer than you are. Comparing yourself will just make you feel less worthy and inferior to other people, which does you no good. Never do that, please.

  1. Mind your words.

You will feel more grateful in your life if you keep using more enlightening and positive words. Make sure you eliminate stressful words and words that make you feel worthless. They’re destructive!

 

Mudassar Hassan brings 6 years of experience in helping grass roots, mid-sized organizations and large institutions strengthen their management and resource generating capacities and effectively plan for the future. He is also a mentor and professional advisor to artists working in all disciplines. He is also the gold medalist from Abbottabad University of Science and Technology in the Bachelors of Sciences of Computer Science