Ismail Kamdar – One simple tip to build an attitude of gratitude

Ismail Kamdar
AI: Summary © The speaker shares their habit of journaling every morning to receive a gratitude journal from the Athena Institute. They explain that this habit keeps them productive and prevent them from going bad, even during the worst times, like the pandemic and lockdown. They encourage people to have an attitude of gratitude to stay productive and rejuvenated.
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Welcome. One last habit I'll share is that every morning I do gratitude journaling, and actually have a gratitude journal that I'll be launching next month inshallah

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with the Athena Institute, right, will be to launch a gratitude journal. But this is something I've been practicing for about six years now. Every morning when I wake up, no matter what's going on in my life, I tried to think of at least three things I'm grateful for. I write it down and I say an umbrella umbrella until, like, one year ago, pandemic, lockdown to loved ones that passed away, right? We're going on looting what's going on with the food shortage. I woke up the morning I wrote down at hamdulillah I'm alive but hamdulillah my homie saver, Abdullah, my family's safe. I was able to start my day with a mindset of gratitude and able to have a productive day with everything else

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that's going on around that attitude of gratitude. It I think it prevents us from going bad daily, because otherwise, you know, the test of life could just absolutely destroyed. So I feel having an attitude of gratitude really

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helps to keep you sane, to keep you productive, and to keep you optimistic, even during the darkest of times.

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