The Gratitude

Challenge

What if a simple 15-day challenge could kickstart your year and ground the decade in gratitude?

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January 13-31, 2020

What:

15 Days, 15 Prompts

We'll provide a unique prompt each weekday morning for three weeks to help you either kickstart your gratitude practice or elevate it to the next level.


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About the challenge

What if changing the way you saw your life

actually changed your life?

When you see your life as a gift, your whole life, the good, the bad, the ugly and all the crap that goes with it, there is only one appropriate response: gratitude. Nothing ignites gratitude within a leader more powerfully than seeing one’s whole life as a gift. When you see your life as a gift, you lead from a place where you know that you have more than enough of what you need, and it profoundly reorients you from surviving to thriving.*

When you click any of the "Join the Challenge" buttons on this page, you'll be invited to sign up for our Mighty Network, This ExtraOrdinary Life, where we'll post prompts, share inspiration and host a space where you can connect with others in the challenge.

What you will discover

Gratitude improves our physical health.

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Gratitude makes us happier.

Gratitude improves our self-esteem.

With results like that, what have you got to lose?

Making gratitude a practice

The process begins with a simple choice to believe that you are worthy and have much to be grateful for, which opens the door to abundance. This prepares you to start looking for the good in your life and this alone will reorient your mindset

from surviving to thriving.*

How to take the challenge

3 options

15 prompts

Whether you are just starting your gratitude practice or have found yourself in a bit of a rut, use these daily prompts to get you thinking in new ways about your life and all that you have to be grateful for.

Sometimes we find that, in general, our life is full of abundance and good things. But there might be one area that feels like a perpetual struggle: our job or our finances, perhaps.

If this is the case, we encourage you to use these ten days to focus in on this one area and use each prompt to reframe your situation.

A gratitude practice can also be an incredibly effective way to turn a challenging relationship around. If there's a relationship in your life that is a source of consternation, we encourage you to use these ten days to hold that person as the focus of your gratitude.

General Gratitude

Reframe a Situation

Turn a Relationship Around

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*All excerpts taken from Steve Foran's incredible book, Surviving to Thriving: The Ten Laws of Grateful Leadership

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