A video rap illustrating an attitude of gratitude. Being grateful strengthens your emotional fitness, what others call emotional intelligence. Enjoy.
When you can say “Thank you” for all what has been given and what has been escaped, you have acquired an attitude of gratitude. This Emotional Fitness Training Poster Coach reminds you to practice gratitude.
Downloaded it free through December 1, 2013. To use as a poster coach post where you will see it often throughout the day as a reminder of the all you have been given. For more instructions about how to practice any of the Twelve Easy Emotional Fitness Exercises visit this web page.
A WORD PRESS’ DAILY PROMPT SOMEWHAT RELATED this POST
Daily Prompt: Simply Irresistible Tell us about the favorite dish or food that you simply cannot turn down. Having lived to be 76 I have long list of foods I find hard to refuse. My current favorite: vanilla ice cream, topped with maple syrup, salt and chilli power. A concoction I devised to replicate the more expensive salted caramel ice cream that I also love. In the spirit of this post, I am grateful for ice cream of all sorts.
Here is a link that talks about the importance of comfort food, particularly for those battling a life threatening disease.
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Thank you for all you do and as always stay strong.
Links and articles of interest
- Emotional Intelligence (en.wikipedia.org)
- Easy Emotional Fitness Exercises (emotionalfitnesstraining.com)
- The EFTI Store (eftistore.com)