Benevolence: Gratitude Challenge: Using the Virtues

Benevolence. Something wonderful happens when we give from the heart. True monetary philanthropists give freely in exchange for an experience in helping others achieve their financial goals. But not everyone has extra money lying around. Even so, we can give freely what we do possess: A smile will warm someone’s heart. A good thought orContinue reading “Benevolence: Gratitude Challenge: Using the Virtues”

Benevolence: Gratitude Challenge: Using the Virtues

Benevolence. Something wonderful happens when we give from the heart. True monetary philanthropists give freely in exchange for an experience in helping others achieve their financial goals. But not everyone has extra money lying around. Even so, we can give freely what we do possess: A smile will warm someone’s heart. A good thought orContinue reading “Benevolence: Gratitude Challenge: Using the Virtues”

Accountability: Gratitude Challenge: Using the Virtues

Accountability. Today’s Virtue is Accountability. For any challenge or self-improvement one undertakes, it is best to be held accountable to stay on track. Yesterday’s first post for my Gratitude Challenge: Using the Virtues started with Acceptance. When we are held accountable, we achieve much more than we expected. It forces us to drum up ourContinue reading “Accountability: Gratitude Challenge: Using the Virtues”

Gratitude Challenge: Using the Virtues

A = Acceptance – okay, it stands for apple, but I’m having some fun. Over the past several weeks, I’ve been learning about how to manage my inner game and found that my attitude greatly impacts my gratitude toward the things in my life. I wake up less grumpy if the first words or thoughtsContinue reading “Gratitude Challenge: Using the Virtues”