I’m the Prize

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I’m the Prize

I overheard two people talking the other day about how one of their children had no self-esteem and they thought it was so sad.  That triggered the thought of how it seems in our society you just can’t win the self esteem game.

On the one hand, it is so sad that the child has no self esteem, in yet in the next breath you have a person say “Well he sure thinks highly of himself, or he is so conceited, confidant, cocky, or just plain arrogant.

So I guess there must be some middle ground that we are all striving for.  When we embrace gratitude, we focus entirely on what we have in our life.  When you pair that with getting and maintaining a great relationship with yourself, you may just be able to find that middle ground.  Maybe like so many things, there is a happy medium.

In fact, the next time you look in the mirror, quietly say to your self….I’m the Prize.  You might be surprised to notice how much that positively impacts your self-esteem.

Now the gratitude tip of the day:  After you look in the mirror, find someone that you value deeply in your life and tell them…You’re the Prize.  See what kind of reaction you get…..Probably a big smile and maybe it even makes their day.

I’m That Gratitude Guy, and remember….Be Grateful & Never Quit!

David George Brooke - That Gratitude Guy, has been a speaker, coach, and best-selling author for over 25 years. He is a former Nordstrom store manager and has managed in the corporate world for over 30 years. His published works include “That Gratitude Guy’s Daily Gratitude Journal”, “Monday Morning Minutes: 100 Messages of Gratitude”, “Six-Word Lessons to Embrace Gratitude” and a number of other books on gratitude. As a result of his passion for gratitude he has presented over 850 speeches & workshops in the past 9 years, including over 100 Zoom presentations in the last 2 years during the pandemic. He travels nationally and internationally to deliver this important message. He has over 1700 gratitude videos on YouTube, and over 1500 subscribers. Thousands have seen his message, and he is now considered a leading authority on how living a life of gratitude can enhance and improve your life both personally and professionally. He resides in Seattle, Washington.

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