21 Days to a new outlook on life

Did you know that doing something as simple as writing down three things you are grateful for every day for 21 days in a row significantly increases your level of optimism?  As a bonus, this level of optimism is shown to hold for six months after completing the exercise! 

Shawn Anchor, a researcher at Harvard University says that the benefits go beyond being optimistic, he says research has shown that gratitude increases will power, helps you keep calm, and can even boost employee morale.   Imagine if by simply challenging yourself for the next 21 days to practice the habit of being grateful, your brain can be strengthened to have those thoughts come more naturally as time goes on.  Hmm, doing something that is initially hard to make doing that same thing a little easier and come more naturally???   Does that sound familiar?  

So here's your challenge:

  • Pick a time that works the best for you, then set a reminder on your phone and have it repeat daily for 21 days.
  • When the reminder alarm goes off, stop what you are doing, sit down and write down three things you are particularly grateful for that day.
  • Repeat for 21 days trying to find new things that you are grateful for each day
  • After 21 days, look back through your diary at everything you have to be grateful for
  • Reap the benefits of a new outlook on life




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