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How And Why You Must Practice Gratitude

Podcast | Episode 16

How And Why You Must Practice Gratitude

Health & Wellness, Mindset, Relationships
Medha Pratap Medha Pratap
Health & Wellness, Mindset, Relationships
“So much has been given to me, I have no time to ponder over that which has been denied.” - Helen Keller

How can you banish your momentary stress and anxiety? Start by practicing gratitude!

You can’t feel sadness and disappointment around the past or future when you feel grateful. 

Not only does gratitude gives you the confidence to reflect on your achievements, but it also opens you up to receiving.    

Some questions we ask: 

  1. What is our excuse for not being appreciative? (1:00)
  2. When you recover from a cold, are you grateful that you can breathe again? (5:00)
  3. Do you acknowledge the friends and family you are thankful for? (9:00)
  4. Do you perceive obstacles as growth opportunities? (10:00)
  5. What is your gateway to gratitude? (12:00)
  6. If you think of life as a book, are you happy with the chapters you have lived? (16:00)

In this episode, we discuss the foundation of Staying Uncomfortable: Gratitude. Tune in as we delve into the what, how and why of gratitude. 

When you focus on your blessing, you tend to be happier, healthier and experience a deeper sense of fulfillment. 

What is your attitude towards gratitude? 

"Learn to be thankful for what you have, while pursuing what you want."
Medha Pratap

Written By

Medha is the head content writer for Staying Uncomfortable. She has leveraged her creative energy to enhance organizational brand visibility through fresh marketing communications strategies at numerous software companies. Medha has pursued her Masters of Science in Marketing and Strategy at the University of Warwick and holds a Bachelor degree in Business Management with a major in Marketing and a minor in Communications from the Ohio State University. When she isn’t busy pursuing her marketing dreams, you can find her exploring new countries or enjoying a movie or two at the theater. Favorite Quote: "A setback is a setup for a comeback."

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