The benefits of practicing gratitude are nearly endless. People who regularly practice gratitude by taking time to notice and reflect upon the things they're thankful for experience more positive emotions, feel more alive, sleep better, express more compassion and kindness, and even have stronger immune systems. And gratitude doesn't need to be reserved only for momentous occasions: Sure, you might express gratitude after receiving a promotion at work, but you can also be thankful for something as simple as a delicious piece of pie. Studies shows that simply keeping a gratitude journal—regularly writing brief reflections on moments for which we’re thankful—can significantly increase well-being and life satisfaction.
During this bootcamp, we're going to go much deeper based on the following seven principles.
Welcome to the journey.
As CEO of Nikki Woods Media and Victoria Street Publishing and Media Solutions, Nikki Woods specializes in providing the tools, support and platforms for transforming writers into published authors and empowers them to earn a living by telling their own stories. Nikki is also the founder of The GREATful Group - a tribe of dedicated to realizing their greatness through the practice of gratitude.