The next time you do the dishes, instead of looking at it like a chore and something to get done as fast as possible so you can move to the next thing, slow down and become aware. Feel the warm water that pours out of your faucet on demand. Rejoice for your hands which are holding the plate you just ate a wonderful meal on. Look out your kitchen window and feel grateful for the home that keeps you and your family warm and safe. You see, there are many gifts in your life, they are quite often found in the most “mundane” things, and once you find one, many more become apparent. There is so much to be grateful for.
Coaching Tip #861
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Author Marcus Straub
Marcus Straub is Founder and CEO of Life Is Great!™ (LIG) Coaching and Consulting, Inc. based in Grand Junction, Colorado.