The south side of 37th Street, between 5th and 6th Ave is my favorite street in all of New York City.
If you live in NYC, or you’ve visited – there is a very good chance you’ve never been on this street.
It’s dirty and filled with Midtown hotels and cheap wholesale clothing stores that sell nothing but fur or beads.
But a walk along this street has the magic to transform my day.
Without having to think about it, I’ve created a gratitude habit SO STRONG that it jars me out of worrisome thoughts without the use of my conscious attention. This habit has put my ego in its place. And it’s a habit that we all have inside of us.
And in this kick-butt SlideShare, I’m going to show you exactly how you can harness the power of your own daily routine to create a habit for unprecedented abundance in your life.
Buckle up and join me on the Pathway to Gratitude!
It’s so simple, but sometimes it’s the simplest of solutions that grant us the biggest impact. You owe this time for yourself.
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Developing new habits and getting rid of old ones aren’t easy tasks.
The great thing about using gratitude as a replacement is that it doesn’t require you to GET RID of any existing habits you might have.
Like I mentioned above, the Pathway to Gratitude exercise is so ingrained in my daily schedule, that I don’t even have to think about it. I might be worrying about a project I’m working on, or a conversation I just had with a friend, but the moment I reach my special location – those worries drift away because my mind habitually shifts to gratitude at that location. I don’t even have to think about it – it just happens.
Start slowly with this exercise and take mental note of how you choose to spend your time. If you find yourself still having trouble with stressful and fearful thoughts, remember that you don’t have to do it alone .
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