If your ears burn from time to time, it’s because I’ve written down my gratitude for you. I’m thankful for your participation in my online community. That’s mostly what I wanted to tell you today. No big actions this week–just gratitude.
I’m grateful . . .
- That you read my email even when your inbox is overflowing.
- For your purchases, no matter how small, through my online store.
- That you attend my workshops, where I get to meet you in person.
- For your comments on this blog.
- That you follow me on Twitter, friend me and become a fan on Facebook, and connect with me on LinkedIn.
- That you help other artists you might meet in my classes or find on my blog.
- For your energy, enthusiasm, and gifts to the world.
- That I have this amazing job that I could never–in a million attempts at goal-setting–have imagined.
Thank you for being here and for helping to make it all happen.
To explore your gratitude more deeply this week
If you’ve been in my classes, you have been asked to write your gratitude list every day. Being thankful for what you have tells the Universe that you’re ready for more abundance. I’ve written a lot about gratitude in this newsletter and on the blog. Here are some posts from last year that might appeal.
Exercise Your Gratitude Muscle
Guidelines for Thank You Notes
5 thoughts on “Accept My Gratitude”
Right back at you, Alyson –
Thank you for the really helpful information you provide, the opportunities, and all the ways you help artists. And for doing all that with such enthusiasm!
I actually had the same intention to write about thanks-giving before I received your email on gratitude. I did one too and mentioned you in my recent blog post. I can not thank you enough, truly, for all the wonderful information, insight, resources and constructive instruction and counsel you have given and shared with me and EVERYONE! I have grown as a result. Thank you. Thank you.
Marilyn: How nice! Thank you for your kindness.
Something in there for everyone to achieve with little effort. 🙂
I love this site by the way – thanks for giving such amazing advice and insights.
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