“the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.”
The Gratitude in Motion Series
An on the road series of interviews where Mark, Catherine, Sunil, Craig and Adriana (ME) will share how gratitude has transformed our lives and why we believe it is an important feeling to cultivate as a key to living a happy life.
“I’ve only recently discovered one of the most powerful, yet unappreciated practices, for an amazing life: is ...Gratitude!”
He is the man who came up with the name Gratitude in Motion and I am so happy and grateful that he said yes to being a part of Happiness in Motion this year.
Catherine is he author of the book How 60 Days of Gratitude can Transform Your Life. With the name “Gratitude as a Catalyst for Spiritual Awakening” Catherine has been chosen to present a review of the impact from participants in her 60 days challenge at the Science and Non Duality Conference in October this year. I can’t wait for you to meet her.
“When Ever Your Path Requires You Go Through Hell, Be Thankful and Walk Like You Own It.”
The Power of Gratitude does not only cultivates LOVE within us But its a Super Courage Booster to Face Challenges with a Happy Heart.
That’s what I have experienced.”
Sunil is the Co-founder and Head of Agro- Tech at Asosiasi Tech Startup Indonesia and CEO at Idaff.com,
Costa Rica - Denmark
UK - Denmark
“I truly believe that gratitude is the memory of the heart”
I want to share with you my first blog post about gratitude inspired in the quote from Dag Hammarskjold “The longest journey is the journey inwards.” And a short article I wrote back in 2014 sharing my favorite gratitude exercises. Read it HERE and let me know what you think.
“I am pursuing an inquiry into a Gratitude Inspired Life”
Craig is also knows as the GratiDude. He also shares his stories on Medium - an online platform dedicated to the world’s most insightful writers, thinkers and story tellers to bring the smartest takes on topics that matter. Check them out HERE
"I first began to cultivate a practice of gratitude in the middle of a period of deep depression and it quite literally saved my life. These days it's one of the most used tools in my mental health tool box, and I return to it on a daily basis - and even more so in dark times."
ELI is the author of book The Gratitude Project.