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Gratitude is the one thing that helped me most in my life from all the personal development and spiritual practices that I did and that’s why I want to inspire 100.000 people to discover how to feel grateful more often and live a happy life. I believe Thanksgiving is a habit, not just a day, but this day is a great opportunity to start a gratitude practice, and I'm happy to provide this resource, with over 600 free episodes and at least 1 inspiring interview per week. "It's not happiness that makes us grateful; it's gratefulness that makes us happy." - David Steindl-Rast I do this by interviewing successful people and getting them to share fascinating stories about how gratitude has helped them get to where they are now.

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    How Can I Get Myself Out Of Thinking Negatively - Jeremy Ryan Slate

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 28:07

    At 19, Jeremy tore three major ligaments in his knee and had what was supposed to be an easy surgery. Turned out not to be so easy and after being out for three days, he received last rites from a priest. This should have been a life-changing event for him, but it wasn't. He went on to receive his masters degree in ancient history from Seton Hall University, studied literature at Oxford University and graduated into one of the worst job markets in history. Jeremy Ryan Slate started the Create Your Own Life Podcast In late 2015.  He was struggling as an entrepreneur then but due to hard work and determination his life very quickly took off. In addition to interviewing many of the people he admires the most, he runs Command Your Brand and Slate Media Productions.He used to be a negative thinker, but he learned ways to shift that, ways he's sharing with us in this interview.Resources:Link to Jeremy's guest checklist: in touch on social:Insta: by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    I Started To Really Get Gratitude - Toni Powell

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 42:05

    Toni Powell 
Author, Speaker, Wake Up Artist, Gratitude Maven Toni is a passionate enquirer about what makes people tick, why good relationships work and how to maintain happiness. Her interest and extensive research into these areas form the basis of her online gratitude class called ‘The Great Full Life Class. Toni has just released her second book called ‘What A Feeling' – a surprising and eye-opening book on relationships  - one that, unexpectedly, guys are loving. Her TEDx talk is called ‘The Power of Words' Her varied background includes parenting 5 children and 3 small businesses; designing and managing large events; award winning filmmaking; and volunteer work with youth.  Resources:Toni's website: http://tonipowell.meStay in touch on social:Insta: by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    How Lucky Am I? - Phillip Andrew

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 49:24

    Phillip Andrew Emmy Nominated TV Producer, a world-traveled DJ and MC, a media and life coach, an author, and speaker. Through entertainment and speaking, Phillip Andrew has worked with individuals from many groups including, CBS, A&E, Netflix, YouTube Red, E! Entertainment, Facebook WatchAMC, FOX.Resources:Phillip's website: https://www.phillipandrew.coStay in touch on social:Insta: by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    Grateful Living - Brother David Steindl-Rast

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 0:15

    Brother David, from, best known for his famous TedTalk on How Gratitude Makes Us Happy, he was also a guest on Oprah where he talked about how to be fully alive, now, on The Gratitude Podcast.   DAVID STEINDL-RAST was born Franz Kuno Steindl-Rast on July 12, 1926, in Vienna, Austria, and spent his early years there and in a small village in the Alps. He spent all of his teen years under the Nazi occupation, was drafted into the army, but never went to the front lines. He eventually escaped and was hidden by his mother until the occupation ended. After the war, Franz studied art, anthropology, and psychology, receiving an MA from the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts and a PhD from the University of Vienna. In 1952 he followed his family who had emigrated to the United States. In 1953 he joined a newly founded Benedictine community in Elmira, NY, Mount Saviour Monastery, where he became “Brother David.” I hope you'll enjoy the episode!

    Living A Miracle - Dave Sanderson

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 36:14

    Dave Sanderson is an entrepreneur and a survivor of the most famous plane landing in history. He even had a small role in Sully (the movie about the event). Dave is an inspirational survivor, author and former head of security for Tony Robbins. His thoughts on leadership, business & survival have made him an internationally sought-out speaker.  When US Airways Flight 1549, or “The Miracle on the Hudson,” went into the Hudson River on January 15, 2009, Dave Sanderson knew he was exactly where he was supposed to be. The last passenger off the back of the plane on that fateful day, he was largely responsible for the well-being and safety of others, risking his own life in frigid water to help other passengers off the plane. Dave shares how this experience has changed his perspective on life and on gratitude. One of the most impactful stories is related to what an old lady from the audience said to him after he shared his story at a church gathering, so listen to the episode to find out. :)    Also, he shared his view on a book we both recommend, Man's Search For Meaning, by Viktor Frankl, on the podcast and an in an article:     Stay in touch on social:Insta: by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    When Were They There For You - Connor James

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 35:56

    Connor has an inspiring story to share, one that led to him making a positive impact reminding people to create meaningful moments and appreciate the people they have in their lives.  We all had difficult situations happen in our life, but the questions that Connor James shares with us in the podcast are so brilliant, empowering and strong in directing our focus, you have to hear them and use them in your life as well. Stay in touch on social:Insta: by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    Slowing Down Time - Jay Armstrong

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 30:30

    Jay Armstrong is a writer and a former award-winning high school English teacher. Despite being diagnosed with a rare neurological disease, that impairs his movement, balance, eyesight, and speech--Jay presses on. He lives in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with his wife, their three kids, and their dog Maggie May.Resources:Jay's new book: in touch on social:Insta: by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    Don't Put Off Gratitude - Nancy Stevens

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 50:46

    Nancy Stevens is Mom to 4 sons age 14, 16, 23 and 24.  She is married to a Grammy award winning music producer.  Becoming a more grateful and an everyday grateful person began when she took her first yoga class and the practice of being grateful through mindfulness was introduced.      She often felt a covering of negativity and frustration and realized that this was not how she wanted to be and live.    This way was emotionally crippling. The open door of a non judgmental yoga class placed her on the path of healing and gratitude growth.     Nancy is a healer and uses her expertise as a yoga teacher, yoga trainer and wellness coach to help people.   Gratitude in her own words and experience: "Practicing gratitude on a personal and professional level has changed me from the inside out, literally."

    Gratitude Instead Of Appologies - Amanda Elder

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 36:56

    Amanda Elder is a teacher turned stay-at-home mom, proficient in sword fighting and diaper changing. Amanda has a background in education and child development, but now stays home with her children and writes about them during nap times.  She blogs at and she contributes to numerous online publications like The Huffington's Post, where I read an inspiring story that led to this interview.  We spoke about:  • Changing from “everything I do and need is an inconvenience” to a positively strong stance • Using gratitude to increase your confidence (in a way you most probably didn't think about yet) • Apologies and gratitude, which one is more kind and polite actually, and what's the effect they have on people  • Asking for a raise in a healthy way, being in a mindset of gratitude Not assuming the lower position in relationships and knowing your worth without apology

    Skeptically Trying Out Gratitude - Leslie Turnbull

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 42:10

    Leslie Turnbull is a Harvard-educated anthropologist with over 20 years' experience as a development officer and consultant. She cares for three children, two dogs, and one husband. Leslie skeptically tried practicing gratitude and it completely changed her life. Her article about this, that has appeared in THE WEEK was shared more than 36,000 times. In our interview we talked about another experience of hers that got her to turn criticism into appreciation. We also talked about how we can train our brain for positivity, the anthropological view on gratitude and compassion, how she uses art to deepen her appreciation of life and much much more.

    From Resentment To Gratitude - Dr. Kerry Howells

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 30:34

    Dr Kerry Howells is an author, award-winning educator and experienced researcher.Kerry has spent over 25 years researching, teaching and practising gratitude. She has published several academic papers that report on her findings regarding the important role of gratitude in school leadership and teaching, pre-service teacher education, indigenous education, early childhood education, elite athlete coaching, and academic learning.Now she just launched her new book Untangling You : How can I be grateful when I feel so resentful? and we got to explore this very important topic together. Resources:Her new book: http://www.kerryhowells.comStay in touch on social:Insta: by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    One Thing That Might Be Good Today

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 42:10

    Michelle Chalfant MS LPC CHC, helps people relieve their emotional pain, such as anxiety, depression, codependency and relationship issues.  She created and teaches a transformational process called The Adult Chair Model that helps people uncover and correct limiting beliefs and false stories that keep them stuck.    As a therapist and a coach Michelle has spent the last 25 years working with clients. Michelle shares the work of the Adult Chair through books, guided meditations, videos, in-person events, and The Adult Chair podcast.Resources:Michelle's website: https://theadultchair.comStay in touch on social:Insta: by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    Vietnam War Veteran On Peace & Thankfulness - Claude AnShin

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 52:06

    At the age of 17, Claude AnShin enlisted in the US Army and served in the Vietnam War as a helicopter crew chief. He was honorably discharged at the age of 20 and was awarded numerous medals, including a Purple Heart. After battling severe post-traumatic stress, isolation, and addiction, he discovered Buddhist practice and began intensive training and study. In 1995 he was fully ordained as a Zen Buddhist monk in the Japanese Soto Zen tradition.Since then, Claude AnShin has dedicated his life to addressing the causes and consequences of violence, war, and suffering in and among individuals, families, and societies. Using the tools of Buddhist practice and insight, he educates and accompanies people in the peaceful transformation of conflict and suffering.Claude AnShin is also the founder of the Zaltho Foundation, a non-profit organization founded in 1993, dedicated to the peaceful transformation of conflict, violence, and trauma in individuals and groups.He is the author of two books: his award-winning memoir At Hell's Gate: A Soldier's Journey from War to Peace and his new book, published a few months ago, Bringing Meditation to Life: 108 Teachings on the Path of Zen Practice. Claude AnShin Thomas' message of addressing suffering and “making peace with our unpeacefulness” through an active meditation practice, based in daily life, would make a beautiful addition to your interviews because he teaches how the human mind can repair PTSD and live a state of ease and calm no matter what horrors it's experienced.Resources:Claude's website: http://zaltho.orgEuropean: http://Zaltho.deStay in touch on social:Insta: by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    Grateful For Being Alive - Paul Cope

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 38:24

    Paul Cope used to be a corporate lawyer but found himself depressed and suicidal, despite having achieved everything society tells us we need to be happy. He took the brave decision to start again, and began work to discover the root cause of his feelings of unfulfillment and dissatisfaction. Paul has done extensive research into those root feelings and part of that includes how we work in relationships with other people. He works closely with people suffering from a variety of mental illnesses such as ADHD, anxiety and depression.Resources:The book: a unique gift of appreciation: in touch on social:Insta: by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    Gratitude Does Not Require A Reason - 9/11 Survivor Kushal Choksi

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 47:27

    Kushal Choksi is an investment analyst-turned-entrepreneur, 9/11 survivor, and author.His new book ON A WING AND A PRAYER [Penguin, September 7, 2021], chronicles his narrow escape from the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, and the emotional journey towards redemption that followed.His thriving career as an analyst at Goldman Sachs was forever changed on September 11, 2001 as he made a split-moment decision to abandon his office and the co-workers who refused to leave the World Trade Center. Managing to narrowly escape, he witnessed the magnitude of death and destruction up close and was plunged into lengthy depression where he found himself believing life was meaningless. His search for a renewed purpose began with a reluctant trip to a breathwork workshop and eventually turned into a decades-long journey of spiritual discovery, mind-blowing metaphysical experiences, and a fierce devotion to the life-altering benefits of mindfulness and meditation.Today, Kushal and his wife run Elements Truffles, a New York-based artisanal chocolate company built on values of Ayurveda, sustainability, giving back and ethical trade. Kushal is a trainer of personal development, meditation, wellness, and leadership programs for the Art of Living Foundation. He has taught secrets of breathwork and meditation to thousands across the US, Europe, and Asia. And he serves on the US board of the International Association for Human Values (IAHV).Resources:The book: you to BetterHelp for sponsoring this episode: Get 10% off of your first month of professional online therapy at in touch on social:Insta: by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    How True Gratitude Heals - Dr. John DeMartini (5 year anniversary interview)

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 31:09

    5 years ago the first episode of The Gratitude Podcast was published. Thank you all for tuning in, for appreciating my work and for sharing it with your friends and family!In this anniversary interview, Dr. John DeMartini shared:-How his mom's love and appreciation helped him finish his education & fulfil his dream of becoming a global teacher-The difference between deeply, meaningful grace vs. superficial gratitude-About expanding your awareness and potential through gratitude-How gratitude is the ultimate form of healing: scientific explanation-How to apply true gratitude in a challenging relationshipResources:Dr. John DeMartini's website: https://drdemartini.comThank you to BetterHelp for sponsoring this episode: Get 10% off of your first month of professional online therapy at in touch on social:Insta: by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    Dr. Joe Dispenza on Gratitude - 3 Ideas That Can Change Your Life

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 8:53

    Today's featured celebrity is Dr. Joe Dispenza and we're going to focus on:1.How gratitude is the ultimate state of receiving2.Unlearning our conditioning to feel grateful more often3.Receive the fruits of your effortsPlease subscribe/follow right now to make sure you're going to get all of these amazing nuggets of wisdom, it's free and we'd love you to be part of our Gratitude Seekers community.

    One Of The Most Underrated Mental Health Tools By Far - Kyle Mitchell

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 41:04

    Kyle is a teen mental health advocate, podcast host, upcoming TEDx speaker, and, most importantly, severe social anxiety survivor and overcomer.Gratitude has been a large part of Kyle's mental health journey and he passionately shared his perspective on gratitude. You'll love it as much as I did, I'm sure.Resources:Thank you to BetterHelp for sponsoring this episode: Get 10% off on BetterHelp: in touch on social:Insta: by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    The Woohoo Gift Has Arrived - Find Out Her Reaction

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 11:40

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    What Working With People That Lost Basic Body Functions Taught Lauren Schwabish About Gratitude

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 43:57

    Lauren Schwabish is a speech pathologist and she sees every day people that have lost some of their basic body functions and she's helping them regain them by using rehabilitation and gratitude principles.Keeping a daily digital gratitude journal for the past 5 years has greatly benefitted her mental health. As a speech pathologist working with people with neurological injuries, she frequently recommends such a journal as part of their recovery. As a mother and wife, she frequently reflects on past entries.Resources:Thank you to BetterHelp for sponsoring this episode: Get 10% off on BetterHelp: by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    Removing The Blockages To Living Our Natural State of Gratitude - Doug Cartwright

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 34:25

    Doug Cartwright is an author and the CEO and Founder of The Daily Shifts, an app designed to help people build healthy habits and find inner peace, featured on ABC News. In his new book Holy Sh!t We're Alive (Aug 10), Doug shows his readers how to live with intention, trust themselves, and show up every day for a meaningful life. We talked about the fact that gratitude is actually natural once we get things out of the way that might keep us away from it. Resources:Give a unique gift of appreciation:'s book: by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    Choosing Gratitude Is A Daily Practice, Not A Destination - Heather Hansen

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 35:02

    During her twenty years as a lawyer, Heather Hansen combined her psychology degree with tools of persuasion and influence to advocate for her clients. She is now on a mission to teach women these tools, understand what it really means to advocate for themselves, and apply these techniques to all areas of their lives. Resources:Give a unique gift of appreciation:'s website: http://heatherhansenpresents.comIntro by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    Enjoying The Company Of People Instead of Rushing Towards Goals - Thomas Anderson

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 39:35

    Thomas Anderson is a Swedish entrepreneur, change manager, inspirational speaker, and life coach. Anderson is the author of The Vulnerable Man: Break your patterns. Master your emotions. Reclaim your life. [Trignite, April 23, 2021], which was inspired by his own struggle to reconcile his everyday life and the emotional turmoil he was experiencing. As a HSP himself, Anderson tells the story of his own struggle with burnout to ensure that others might learn or re-learn how to listen to their inner voice and how to handle their emotions in an overwhelming world.Give a unique gift of appreciation: by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    Gratitude Isn't The First Step To Unlearning Body Shame - Sarah Stites

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 40:02

    CEO & CO-FOUNDER of Wavelenght, the healthy eating app that helps you reduce cravings, stop overeating, and improve your relationship to food and your body for good.For a long period of time, she thought her struggle with dieting was all her fault. She felt so ashamed that she didn't talk to anyone about what she was going through — not even when she was diagnosed with pre-diabetes and PCOS, or had major weight loss surgery (and gained the weight back). Taking back her power started with a deeper, kinder understanding of herself. With the help of her mom, Dr. Martha Katz, PhD, MS, she finally learned to work with her body and mind, let go of the shame, and meet her goals in an enjoyable way. Resources:Heal your relationship to food. For good: by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    We Have Everything We Need To Be Grateful & Happy - Tim Young

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 45:48

    Tim runs Small Farm Nation, where he helps farmers with their marketing and he's written books for Emergency Preparedness so people can Survive Any Disaster, but his passion is living gratefully.We talked among others, about why he think it's so difficult for people in western countries to be grateful.Gratitude Garb, Tim's apparel shop is on a mission of spreading gratitude by wearing gratitude.Resources:Heal your relationship to food. For good: a unique gift of appreciation: Apparel by Tim Young: or use promo code: georgian for 10% off :)Intro by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    From A Dark Place To Seeing Beauty Everywhere - Lopa Van Der Mersch

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 46:57

    Ayurvedic practitioner. Mother of two. Sustainability advocate. TEDx speaker. Recovering cult member. Her adventures have taken her around the world in search of health, spiritual fulfillment, and deep energy. Two years ago, she added a new chapter to her life story: Founder and CEO of Rasa, the adaptogenic coffee alternatives revolutionizing people's relationship to their energy.Resources:Give a unique gift of appreciation off on Rasa Adaptogenic Coffee Alternative: by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    Gratitude As The Great Salvation From The Fear Of Ageing - Stephanie Raffelock

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 35:54

    Stephanie Raffelock is an advocate for the positive potential of aging. For several years, she has been writing and studying about the positive, active and graceful aging movement.She helps self-aware, educated women who are interested in shirking the toxic myths and stereotypes of aging. She is all about celebrating life no matter what your age is. She released her first book "A Delightful Little Book on Aging," in April 2020. This book will take you on a journey into older age with the help of story, and a philosophy of gratitude.She also writes about how to become wise elders of our culture, universal and life-transforming forces, grief, gratitude, loss, and love. Resources:Get 15% off The Shift necklace with promo code thegratitudepodcast, the organic way to calm your anxiety: a unique gift of appreciation by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    How The Impermanance Of Life Makes Us Appreciate It Fully - Robert Pardi

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 49:21

    Born in NYC, Robert has also lived in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Rome and now lives in a small Italian village in the national park of Abruzzo, where both his and Madonna's family come from. He received his MBA through the Executive Program of Columbia University while working as a Jr. Portfolio Manager for a small investment management firm in Midtown Manhattan. He quickly started climbing the ranks in the financial industry and was recruited by one of the world's largest sovereign wealth funds, the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) in 1997. It was shortly after accepting the position that he and his wife were confronted with an extreme life event that shook the very foundation of all their hopes and dreams. Desiree, his wife, was diagnosed with Stage 3B breast cancer right before her 31st birthday.Robert is a great believer in gratitude and what it can do for us, he has a unique take on it based on his life experience, I'm sure you'll enjoy our conversation!Resources:Get 15% off The Shift necklace, the organic way to calm your anxiety: a unique gift of appreciation by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    The Gift Of Appreciation

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 4:24

    Go to to find out more. Can't wait for the book to arrive!!!Intro by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    The Long Term Benefits of Gratitude - Adam Urbanski

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 37:26

    Adam Urbanski is a marketing strategist to coaches, consultants and other service professionals, a small business change agent, marketing wiz, trainer, facilitator, speaker, and above anything else – passionate entrepreneur. Today, he runs a multi-million dollar business that includes consulting, coaching, training, and information publishing.    What we talked about: Gratitude and the results of gratitude is something you can only see long term looking backwards "I don't have to do things, I get to do things" - shifting the perspective What to do when everything fails when you try to be grateful Is gratitude natural for Adam, or is it a learned behaviour? What Adam did 7 years into his marriage to shift the situation around when he was thinking of leaving his wife (they're not celebrating 25 years of marriage by now, so congrats Adam and Bo!)Resources:Give a unique gift of appreciation by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    Making Sure People Know They're Appreciated - Martin Galpin

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 51:58

    Business Psychologist, Director of Work Positive & co-creator of At My Best tools, Martin Galpin shares with us his experience with appreciation at work and at home.Resources:Give a unique gift of appreciation by Cristina Muresan-Toth:

    The Wudang Daoism's Perspective On Gratitude & Acceptance - George Thompson

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 62:18

    George is the creator of an amazing film, an epic philosophical adventure exploring ancient answers to humanity's biggest challenges.He recorded his journey by train all the way from UK, across Europe, Russia, Siberia and finally, China. We spoke about the things he has learned on the journey and what Master Gu has taught him in the Wudang Mountains.Resources:George's film:

    Attract Good Things By Spreading Gratitude - Elena Anguita

    Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 30:33

    Elena Anguita is a change agent, author, and speaker who passionately supports education, literacy, and helping people learn. In 2017, she launched the Spread Thanks revolution, a movement to encourage personal gratefulness through the sending of daily thank you notes. Her enthusiasm and professionalism are putting this simple, yet transformational practice on the map as more and more people are creating miracles in their lives through gratitude. In her corporate career, Elena is an account executive for a leading American educational products company. She works closely with K-12 schools providing solutions to help educators become more productive and to help school children succeed. This career path began more than 18 years ago where Elena excelled within IBM’s Educational Systems Division. Over the years, Elena has been nationally recognized with multiple awards, both for sales achievement and customer satisfaction, including the prestigious IBM Golden Circles which are granted only to the company’s highest achievers. Elena lives in Pennsylvania and has a gift for connecting people and ideas in miraculous ways. Resources:10% discount on Amazon for Unidragon puzzles with promo code Gratit2021: Thanks: Create Miracles Through the Power of Ink

    New Interview Intro For Our Heart & Gratitude Connection

    Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 5:48

    A new intro got created spontaneously after the interview I did with Cristina Muresan-Toth, my friend and local artist. She was inspired to create it and I wanted to share it with my dear Gratitude Seekers. You can get in touch with her here:

    Surrendering As A Way To Experience Childlike Awepreciation - Nathalie Sader

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 50:08

    Nathalie Sader is a former guest on the podcast, I was moved by her appreciation and promised to have her on once her book that she's been working on was out.She now lives in Doha, Qatar, last time when we spoke she was in LA. She mentioned a new perspective on gratitude that I was very happy to explore on today's podcast.Resources:10% discount on Amazon for Unidragon puzzles with promo code Gratitude:'s book:

    Using Chants & Mantras To Change Your Energy - Spiritual Scientist Madhur-Nain Webster

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 44:05

    Growing up in an ashram, Madhur-Nain was immersed in deep spirituality from an early age, falling asleep to the sound of chanting in her parent's yoga classes in the late 70’s.Because the world of yoga, spiritual awakening, and mindfulness can be filled with strange habits and rituals Madhur-Nain has worked hard in integrating science, research, and psychology into the world of eastern yogic technology.Her work has created a full practice with a waiting list year-round and the government of Taiwan hired her to train their doctors and psychiatrists in meditation therapy. She's also certified internationally in yoga and meditation instruction.In her book The Stressless Brain, Madhur-Nain draws on a wide array of scientific studies, spiritual traditions, and her own 22 years of professional experience to share practical, actionable ways you can shift your thinking, change how you see yourself, and strengthen your self-esteem to name a few.Resources:Madhur-Nain’s website:

    It Costs Nothing To Reaffirm Your Appreciation - Salena Knight

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 41:54

    Salena is an accomplished retail expert with a love for empowering independent retail & ecommerce store to scale. She’s passionate about delivering highly effective strategies that focus on improving the five core pillars of a retail business to generate exponential growth. Salena Knight is host of the popular podcast Bringing Business to Retail, as well as a global speaker & presenter on scaling retail businesses. She lives in sunny Sydney, Australia with her husband Ed, daughter Lana and two rescue greyhounds, Cav & Sahara.She went from being homeless to helping people build the business of their dreams. The winner of the How To Experience Abundance Through Gratitude course is: Irene Morales, Irene, write me an email at: to give you access to the course. Resources:10% discount on Amazon for Unidragon puzzles with promo code Gratitude:'s website:

    Finding Ease In Our Life Through Art To Better Appreciate Our Blessings - Cristina Muresan-Toth

    Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2021 59:27

    See Cristina’s artwork and get in touch with her here (especially for True Colors): you know how it feels when you discover a song that you really love and you want to listen to more songs from that artist? It was the same for me with Cristina, I saw her work at local art fairs and there isn’t one piece of artwork that she created that I didn’t love. I couldn’t believe it. She is a close friend and local artist here in Cluj and she’s using her creative energy:-to lead and inspire people through her Heaven’s Corner group (that I’m a part of), -to ilustrate books, -to inspire people through her own books and poems, -to bring magic to life through paintings (the artwork for this podcast was created by her)-to tell stories that are both deep and entertaining at the same time

    Becoming A Completely Satisfied Creator - Chris Duncan

    Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 40:44

    Chris Duncan is one of the leading personal development coaches in the world, and a proponent of the Superconscious method of transformation. He’s helped tens of thousands of people connect to their Superconscious and manifest with ease.Chris is the author of You're Not Broken: 5 Steps to Become Superconscious and Activate Your Magic, and we explore its contents and the relationship between the teachings in the book, to gratitude. Resources:Chris Duncan's book You're Not Broken: 5 Steps to Become Superconscious and Activate Your Magic:

    Win A Free Access Pass For: "How To Experience Abundance Through Gratitude" Course

    Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2021 4:28

    Contest survey: ($70 prize value)My mission is to serve you to the best of my abilities and I’ll be reading each and every one of your answers. In case you own, are part of a company or you know people that might want to sponsor the podcast, either write in the survey or send me an email at

    Brené Brown on Gratitude - 3 Ideas That Can Change Your Life

    Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 11:27

    Today’s featured celebrity is Brené Brown and we're going to focus on:1. What 12 years of research and 11.000 pieces of data showed about joy and gratitude2. The only way out of scarcity3. Vulnerable enough to feel grateful and joyfulResources:085: Brother David Interview - The Great Fullness Of Life: from Lack To Lucky for free:

    Slow Down When Your Mind Is Racing With Gratitude - Serena Sterling

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2021 29:44

    Serena Sterling, MA, PsyD, holds a master's in International Journalism, a doctorate in clinical psychology, and is a certified Life Coach.As a result of the September 11 attacks, she was diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and was told by her doctor that there was no cure. Serena snorted lines of cocaine in her kitchen to escape living with chronic fatigue.Not wanting to accept a lifetime fate she discovered mind-body healing techniques that transformed her mental, emotional, and physical health.Witnessing what seemed like a miraculous transformation, Serena decided she needed to share this with the world. She received a master’s and a doctorate in clinical psychology in order to bridge the gap between science and emotional health.Her book ‘Pain: A Love Story' is a spiritual journey of healing backed by scientific research.Resources:Serena's website:

    Listen To Gratitude & Life Will Be Easier - Laura De la Cruz

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 29:15

    Laura De La Cruz is a cancer survivor and has published more than 50 dog-related books and is an Amazon best-seller.    Laura has been involved with dogs for fifteen years, performing in obedience, rally, trick dog and herding. She has put more than 225 titles on her dogs and others. Her primary focus is herding – she trains dogs and people, trials dogs and judges herding competitions for both AKC and AHBA. Resources:

    Gratitude Doesn't Have To Be Hard - Udo Erasmus

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2021 43:55

    Udo Erasmus is an acclaimed speaker and author of many books, including the best-selling Fats That Heal Fats That Kill, which has sold over 250,000 in 30 countries to conduct thousands of live presentations, media interviews, and staff trainings impacting more than 25,000,000 lives with his message on oils, health, peace, nature, and human nature. Udo has an extensive education in biochemistry, genetics, biology, and nutrition, including a master’s degree in counselling psychology.We had a beautiful conversation that I'm sure will change your state for the better. Resources:Udo's website:

    Expressing Gratitude Through Art - Jenny Loughmiller

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2021 35:43

    Jenny Loughmiller is the founder of the Hundred Hearts Project - a transformative gratitude project that inspires a habit of gratitude through 100 thank yous: "It was a way of trying to dig myself out of the hole of scarcity that I found myself trapped in,” Jenny shared. We had a really engaging discussion about cultivating a habit of gratitude and art, she recalls “the abundance that flooded my life as I established a habit of gratitude has been astonishing". Enjoy! Resources:Visit and mention our podcast for a 15% discount on your first Instagram: @jennyloughmiller

    Appreciating What Is Easy For Us Now - April Seifert

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2021 40:50

    April Seifert received her Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She spent her doctoral career studying factors that uniquely impact women, particularly women in leadership positions and positions of power. After grad school, she spent about a decade in the growing field of data science. She's a positive person even though when you'll hear her story she has every reason to be a bitter one. Many life lessons and inspiring thoughts in this interview, it's worth your time. :) Resources:Visit and mention our podcast for a 15% discount on your first trip.April's website:

    Not Everybody Is As Blessed As We Are - Rejoice Ncha Fon

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2021 47:22

    Rejoice Ncha Fon is a listener of The Gratitude Podcast, born and raised in Cameroon, she moved to the US 4 years ago and is currently a Biomedical engineering Senior.The interview exceeded my expectations and I'm very happy that I followed my intuition to interview Rejoice, she's so generous and kind, you'll see/feel it in the interview.Resources:Visit and mention our podcast for a 15% discount on your first trip.Save 20% with coupon code Gratitude on to to grab a variety pack and try it today! And be sure to use our promo code GRATITUDE at checkout to save $5 off your order!

    We Don't Always Have To Speak Our Gratitude - Swami Tirtha

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2021 48:27

    Swami S. Tirtha is a #1 bestselling author who has presented to White House Commission on alternative medicine. His speaking clients include top medical universities including John Hopkins. Swami has taught wellness & consciousness for 4+ decades.Resources:Visit and mention our podcast for a 15% discount on your first trip.Save 20% with coupon code Gratitude on's website:

    A New Appreciation Of The World - Mary Fusillo

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2021 46:24

    Mary Fusillo from Beyond The Nest is our guest today, she and her business partner do expert designed and guided retreats that are meant to help you redesign your life, recalibrate your motivation and use travel for a catalyst for self-healing and self discovery.As a woman owned business from two different generations with diverse experiences in work and life, Vanessa and Mary are passionate about using the travel experience as a true harbinger for change.Resources:Remember, you'll still get the 15% off until March 15 for the San Miguel expert designed retreat (even though the early bird option is no longer available on the website): 20% with coupon code Gratitude on

    How Can I See This Through Loving Eyes - MarBeth Dunn

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2021 33:33

    MarBeth Dunn is a trainer, speaker and TV host. MarBeth is also routinely on television in the Miami / Ft Lauderdale region. MarBeth is known as “The Joy Strategist” teaches people how to get into the creative and energetic flow of joy.She helps people release past hurts and losses, and move forward to create and live joy filled lives. We talked about the power of seeing things from a higher perspective and how it can change our life.  Resources:Save 20% with coupon code Gratitude on the website.MarBeth's website:

    A Highly Decorated Retired Navy SEAL's View On Love & Gratitude - Darek Laviolette

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2021 56:32

    Darek Laviolette is a highly decorated, retired Navy SEAL with 24 years of service. Darek served 9 combat deployments and is the recipient of the bronze star with valor. Though he experienced hundreds of dangerous missions, nothing in war prepared him for marriage. But what he is most proud of, is the work he has done with men and women around the world helping them through rough spots in their marriage. He considers his book a public apology to his ex-wife and children and it serves as an operational guide to turn around a troubled marriage. Resources:Save 20% with coupon code Gratitude on the website. A S.E.A.L. To Heal Your Marriage: A Decorated Navy SEAL's Operational Guide to Heal Your Relationship:

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