The Value of GratitudeOct 14, 2020
The highest vibrations are love and gratitude. We seek to grow our community around love and gratitude. We are grateful not just for what we have received but for what is yet to come.
Gratefulness is an attitude toward the world and toward our conditions and circumstances that seeks to find the best.
Our conditions and circumstances do not dictate our situation. We have the ability to see them differently.
A recent example: I had a weekend trip planned with my Ford Bronco. Just before leaving, I noticed a problem that prevented me from taking my Bronco. The Robert of just a few years ago would have been mad, even disappointed that he wasn’t able to take his Bronco. I was grateful that I noticed it at home, where the Bronco was safe and my wife and I were not stuck on the side of the road. Grateful that we could still take our weekend trip, just have to adjust our plans a little bit.
As a company, we want to be grateful for the lessons we learn from trying. We are grateful for the opportunities we have to serve our community. We are grateful for the opportunity to learn and grow together.
Maybe, most importantly is that we are grateful for the things that are being brought to us, in opportunity, in abundance and in relationships that will help us have a bigger impact on the world.
What do you have to be grateful for?
We encourage our team and our clients to express gratitude daily in a journal, in ways to recognize the good that has come and continues to come to us.