Do you feel like things just aren’t happening for you, no matter how smart or talented you are? Chances are you’re stuck on one, if not both, of the two G’s.
The two G’s we are discussing today are Gratitude and Giving. Both are powerful things that affect all areas of your life.
The first, gratitude, is something we really only do when things are going right in our worlds. That’s when being grateful is convenient. It’s when you’re down and in dark places that you need it the most. You have to fight for gratitude, and make sure you have it every day.
But don’t just hold it in, let others know you are grateful. No one wants to be around, or work with, someone that they don’t feel appreciates them.
The second G, giving, is something people think they do, but often do it wrong. They give for the wrong reasons. They do it to be selfish, and to try to get something back.
Every time you give you will get something back. It may not be from that person, and it may not be what you expect, but you will get back. Just don’t make what you get be the reason you give.
My biggest suggestion is to give then forget. When you do that you won’t even worry about what’s coming – it’ll just be there waiting for you and the surprise makes it all the better.
On this episode of Redefining Wealth I discuss into much more detail the important of these two Gs, and how they affect your overall wealth.
Download this episode today to hear how helping others and finding appreciation in even the darkest times will lead you to a happier, wealthier, and all around better life.
“Wealth is about the condition of well being.”
The Cliff Notes:
Wealth is about the condition of well being.
What you verbalize you magnetize.
Your attitude towards a process will determine your success.
The two G’s today are Gratitude and Giving.
Gratitude isn’t something that you casually do.
You have to fight for your gratitude.
You have to show gratitude before you can be blessed with more.
No one wants to work with someone who isn’t grateful.
It’s easy to be cheery when everything’s going your way.
Most of us think we are great givers – not so.
Are you giving from a place of obligation?
Don’t give in order to get back.
Give and forget.
Giving comes back in other forms.