“When you make being grateful a true habit, you’ll feel true joy and contentment—no matter what you have or don’t have in your life.” –Jack Canfield

Grateful for you.

Sharing our appreciation and offering a Thanksgiving challenge. 

We make it a habit to express our gratitude for the honor of projecting the wealth and building the dreams of clients throughout the nation. We hope you know just how important you are to us.

Having an attitude of gratitude transformed our relationships and business.

This Thanksgiving, we’re saying thank you and hoping to pay it forward by offering the rules of Jack Canfield’s Appreciation Game.

The Appreciation Game

  1. Set a time every day
    Try adding appreciation to your morning routine.
  2. Appreciate everything you encounter
    The coffee that is brewing, the leaves changing, your warm home, a smile, etc.
  3. Look for the good in every situation
    Remember that every cloud has a silver lining. Seek the good.

Now, keep score! Try to express your appreciation to at least 10 people a day. Keep track of your progress with a scorecard like this one below. Remember: habits take between 30 and 60 days to lock in.

Happy Thanksgiving 2018

 

May your hearts (and bellies) be full this Thanksgiving. We appreciate you. 

 

 

 

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