It’s Never Too Late to Be Grateful
A Relevant Message on Being Grateful
Gratitude can change your moment, experience, job, love, friendships, and your life! That doesn’t mean it’s easy or happens overnight. As Sharon Saraga-Walters demonstrates in this talk, gratitude as a practice we commit to daily can change our thinking and our lives.
Click the adjacent video thumbnail to view this session online.
Meet Sharon Saraga-Walters
Sharon has over 35 years experience operating and promoting her own businesses in health and wellness. She is the creator of Sharon it Forward Today and Graticise™ 365 on Facebook, and is a lifetime student, expert, coach and Fitness Trainer of Gratitude. Sharon has a passion for sharing all good things. She’s the lead creator of The 28 Day Gratitude Workout™, online course, book and workshop; creator of Graticise™ 365 and the Grati-Fit™ System.
Sharon began her personal growth and awareness journey in 1989. She received her BS in Allied Health Services from the University of North Florida, and spent eight years as a Personal Fitness Trainer and owner of One to One Fitness. She has been a Licensed Massage Therapist for nearly 30 years.
Sharon has witnessed exercise and gratitude impact her life and the lives of others, and the results motivated her to publish her books, “The 28 Day Gratitude Workout™” ‐ a daily introduction to practicing gratitude for four consecutive weeks, and “Thursday’s Note” ‐ a commitment to exercising gratitude every Thursday for one year. Her newest book Graticise™ 365, will go even deeper with 365 daily exercises.
For more information, visit www.graticise365.com.
Along with our guest speaker’s video message, we encourage you to check out the additional resources from our guest and Lotus Network.
Here are the resources Sharon references in the Zoom-In Session:
- How Gratitude Can Help You Through Hard Times – An Article by Robert Emmons
- Ikigai: The Secret to a Purposeful Life – A TEDxYouth Video on YouTube.
- Grati-Fit™ – Gratitude Fitness Level Worksheet
The Timely Topics Committee suggests the following resources for more in-depth perspective on this month’s topic or just to put a smile on your face.
Timely Topics Committee and Contributors: Terry Rubin, Cathy Fleishmann and Jane Gwin