Gratitude for the Win
Sometimes leading from the inside out can prove to be a winning formula. Suzanne Brown of Mompowerment shares with us how her daily practice of gratitude helps her power through life.
The Power of Practice
They say practice makes perfect, and in the case for gratitude, if it’s a new muscle for you, it will take a bit of a mind shift to incorporate into your daily life. It is a relatively easy thing to do, but not a one and done proposition.
Stout leader and work/life balance authority, Suzanne Brown is rising to new levels since incorporating it into a daily practice. Through this self care practice she has created a way to be more appreciative of the good in life and attract more of it along the way.
I started in January 2018 and then stopped. I wasn’t consistent. And then started about a year ago and have been much more consistent. I found I was complaining, although often in my own head. And I needed to be more grateful and content in my life. My life is pretty great and I need to acknowledge that.
– Suzanne Brown
Ready to see how gratitude can fuel YOU?
Research from Harvard Medical School, where participants were tasked with writing either daily burdens or daily gratitude, found “gratitude helps people refocus on what they have instead of what they lack. And, although it may feel contrived at first, this mental state grows stronger with use and practice.”
We’ve distilled three easy steps from Suzanne’s insightful call to give thanks. Use these takeaways to start building YOUR daily practice and see how you can fuel yourself from the inside through the simple gratitude.
Suzanne Brown is a speaker, strategist, and bestselling and 3X award-winning author. She shares her own experience and research as well as stories, insights, and advice from more than 110 interviews she conducted for her books. Work-shop and keynote attendees get practical tips that they can quickly implement.
She has been quoted or featured in several major publications such as Time, Forbes, Working Mother and Washington Post. Suzanne holds an MBA from The University of Texas at Austin. Suzanne and her family enjoy finding new nearby or far away adventures.