“If the only prayer you ever say is thank you, that will be enough.” – Meister Eckhart
Gratitude is thankful appreciation for whatever we receive or experience. In his annual holiday program, Andrew Sanderbeck will explore with you 21 exercises to increase the magic of gratitude in your life.
Be sure to bring your gratitude journal and the anticipation of experiencing new ways of bringing more joy, peace and fulfillment into your world.
As a result of this program, attendees will learn:
- How to create more fulfilling relationships
- Simple but purposeful acts for applying gratitude in their lives
- A greater awareness of how their thoughts and feelings influence their actions
Andrew Sanderbeck ~ Biography
Andrew Sanderbeck knows firsthand the power of gratitude to create magic in his life. He’s most thankful for the people and experiences that life has given him and frequently reminds himself and others to appreciate every moment. His mantra: Life is short, but it is just long enough to forget that.
Finally, I am a fellow devotee of the color orange.. my kitchen is a bright pumpkin orange and it makes me sooo happy every day.
And I must say, I am very grateful for having met you and the wonderful professional opportunities you’ve shared with me and even more for your very kind and wise counsel. I really appreciate you.
What a lovely webinar — I thoroughly enjoyed it, teared up a few times, and took away some fantastic practices that I can’t wait to try out!
So many good suggestions! Even just remembering this seminar will make me remember to be grateful!
Loved the idea of a grateful letter. Really makes you think about the people around you and how they affect you.
I loved that quote, “seed of an equal or greater benefit”. Sometimes hard to see at the time, but if you push that thought in, you can really change what happens next.
Happy Thanksgiving. A great day to listen to your webinar! I really enjoyed it. So many good suggestions and quotes. I loved # 5, put things in perspective. I always try to remember that “my problem is a 1st world problem.”