GRATITUDE GURUS

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GRATITUDE GURUS by Mind Map: GRATITUDE GURUS

1. TIMOTHY FERRISS

1.1. AUTHOR

1.2. EXPRESSING GRATITUDE

1.3. 4 Categories

1.3.1. An old relationship that really helped you, or that you valued highly.

1.3.2. An opportunity you have today. Perhaps that’s just an opportunity to call one of your parents, or an opportunity to go to work. It doesn’t have to be something large.

1.3.3. Something great that happened yesterday, whether you experienced or witnessed it.

1.3.4. Something simple near you or within sight. This was a recommendation from Tony Robbins. The gratitude points shouldn’t all be “my career” and other abstract items. Temper those with something simple and concrete—a beautiful cloud outside the window, the coffee that you’re drinking, the pen that you’re using, or whatever it might be.

2. ANTHONY ROBBINS

2.1. SELF HELP GURU

2.2. 3 Things

2.2.1. One very simple

2.3. "Doesn't just think gratitude, lets it fill his soul"

3. JOCKO WILLINK

3.1. ELITE NAVY SEAL

3.2. Most who’ve been successful for decades also have methods to cultivate gratitude. Remembering his friends who made the ultimate sacrifice in war, Jocko is truly grateful for every sunrise, every smile, every laugh, every breath.

4. AMELIA BOONE

4.1. EXTREME ATHLETE

4.2. During a tough period in my life, I purchased a handmade wrap bracelet on Etsy inscribed with the quote “The struggle ends when the gratitude begins.”

5. BEN SILBERMAN

5.1. PINTEREST FOUNDER

5.2. If you [have a habit of writing] things down that you’re grateful for, then some part of your brain is constantly looking for those things, and you feel happier. It’s absurd in its simplicity.

6. PETER DIAMANDIS

6.1. ENTREPRENEUR

6.2. His affirmational mantra, which he repeats a number of times, is “I am joy. I am love. I am gratitude. I see, hear, feel, and know that the purpose of my life is to inspire and guide the transformation of humanity on and off the Earth.”

7. TURIA PITT

7.1. IRONWOMAN

7.2. I do a gratitude practice every morning, every day, and I might even do it again throughout the day

8. WHITNEY CUMMINGS

8.1. COMEDIAN

8.2. Every morning I make myself write a gratitude list, regardless of how busy I am, or how much I don’t want to. It can feel silly and redundant at times, but it’s atrophied my negative thinking.

9. JIM LOEHR

9.1. PERFORMANCE PSYCHOLOGIST

9.2. I immediately begin by recalling all the things I am grateful for in my life. I start with each of my three sons, my brother, sister, and on to my mother and father. I then allow my thoughts of gratitude to go wherever they go, from the smallest things to the largest.

10. Quotes

10.1. “The struggle ends when the gratitude begins.” —Neale Donald Walsch

10.2. "Gratitude is not only the greatest of all virtues, but the parent of all the others."—Cicero

11. Note:

12. Articles

12.1. Time Magazine: 7 Health Benefits of Gratitude