I was listening to a webinar the other day on the power of meditation.

The individual mentioned that if someone says that they don’t have time to meditate, then they probably need it more than most people.

Our lives have become incredibly complex and stressful and I know taking some time to meditate, in effect gives your brain a break from constantly processing information and is probably a pretty wise practice to follow.

This whole conversation brought me back to how many people tell me that they don’t have time to write in a gratitude journal everyday.  Just like meditation, they probably need it more than most. 

The practice of talking five minutes to focus on all that you have in your life can only improve your mindset.  In fact, if you are able to stack your positive habits, imagine what a combination of 5 minutes writing in your gratitude journal, and 5 minutes of meditation would do for your brain.

Sometimes I reflect on how our brains are going nonstop, even when we are sleeping, they don’t get a break.

Take a couple of days and try stacking 5 minutes of writing in your gratitude journal and 5 minutes of meditation and see if you notice a difference.

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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