Raising the gratitude bar
My two sisters and I were talking about the whirlpools of our lives—the spinning that seems to keep us stuck in place and prevent us from achieving—or, at times, even remembering—our goals.
I related how I'd been under-employed for a year, had lost all but $2,000 of my $124,000 IRA investment in 2011, had attended a networking conference with nearly 1,000 entrepreneurs--virtually all of whom needed PR, marketing, web content, and other communications assistance--and gotten exactly two paying clients (most of the companies were pre-revenue), and was batting poorly in the PR department for my one client under contract.
My sister looked at me and said, “You’d better be grateful.”
I stared at her, momentarily dumbfounded—and then burst out laughing. I hadn’t considered the gratitude angle.
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