Suzanne and Sarah have published their latest book ‘The Ultimate Gratitude Journal’ (the forward of which was written by Professor Paul Gilbert, OBE).
The Ultimate Gratitude Journal makes developing an effective daily practice that will rewire your brain to be healthier and happier easy: making being grateful as natural as breathing. Being accountable will not only short-circuit negative thought loops, but will help you shift your focus to a positive one, cultivate mindfulness and create a different way of living.
Our brains have an in-built negativity bias: designed not to make us happy, but to help us survive. But by focusing on what’s wrong, and keeping us safe, it can lead us to feeling stressed, worried, fearful, sad… even though there are lots of positive things going on in our lives. In effect, the brain is like Velcro for negative experiences, but Teflon for positive ones.
The Ultimate Gratitude Journal makes developing an effective daily practice easy: making being grateful as natural as breathing.
Who should attend?
Everybody! But in particular....
- Anyone struggling to find joy and satisfaction in life
- People who have been juggling too many balls and are feeling overwhelmed
- Anyone who knows they have a “half glass empty” outlook on life and wants to adapt that
- Coaches and Counsellors who want to know the latest research to equip their clients with
- Teachers who want to apply the latest neuroscience around gratitude in their learning programmes
- People interested in learning the latest research on Gratitude, including how and why it works to rewire the brain
- Anyone who wants to learn how to access their heart and truly feel gratitude
Date & Time
This morning interactive workshop will be held on:
Wednesday 21 September
9.30am - 1pm
Online via Zoom