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  • in reply to: A time for Gratitude… #10230
    RNevinRNevin
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    Susan this is BEAUTIFUL!! You are so right too, and it’s MUCH easier to stay stressed in stressful times when you forget about being grateful.

    Gratitude has honestly been the thing keeping me going personally. Times are extremely difficult for everyone right now, and I’m no exception. But being grateful, not just day by day, but in the big picture too, is instrumental in keeping our wits about us.

    There are many things I’m grateful for in the moment. Some include my children, my home, my friends, and my ability to keep myself informed using the internet.

    I also am grateful that this new world has provided me the opportunity to write more.

    The other day I wrote a post on my Facebook that talked about silver linings. Finding them in a trying time is essential.

    Here is the text from that post:

    #coronavirussilverlinings

    I’m drinking more water per day than I’ve drank collectively in the last 5 years.

    No fast food – we’re eating healthier, remembering our vitamins, and paying closer attention to personal health. Cooking at home means adding turmeric, chia, and other spices and roots that are really good for us.

    I’m stretching more. This is helping my joints not hurt quite so bad all the time.

    As such, I am also losing weight.

    My house is cleaner and more organized than ever and is only getting more so.

    Introversion prepared me for this, so having an excuse to stay home all the time is actually quite nice. The dreaded feeling right before any given activity hasn’t been a factor for almost a week now. This is good.

    I “see” my friends more. This has encouraged people to video chat and have group video chats. These are my kind of gatherings and I’m seeing faces I haven’t gotten to see in a long time. This is good.

    Working from home! This might be my favorite part.

    So what’s your silver linings?”

    I had mixed answers in my comments, but many were similar to mine. Some talked about how organized they’d gotten, or how thankful they were that they or their spouses had essential jobs.

    I think we have to keep people remembering what to be grateful for in a time like this.

    in reply to: 30-Day Gratitude Challenge #9875
    RNevinRNevin
    Participant

    Please like and share the GL facebook post about the 30 day challenge!

     

    Take the Grateful Leadership 30 – day #challenge! Find out more here! https://gratefulleadership.com/creativity-challenge-susan-parente-submission-1/

    Posted by Grateful Leadership on Monday, September 30, 2019

    in reply to: 30-Day Gratitude Challenge #9872
    RNevinRNevin
    Participant

    Just a thought for anyone participating via social media – I’ll be using the hashtags below, and encourage others to use some or all of these as well! (if you have more to add, add them here!)

     

    #CGL30daygratitudechallenge #GratefulLife #Challenge #Grateful #GratefulLeadership

    • This reply was modified 10 months, 1 week ago by RNevinRNevin.
    in reply to: 30-Day Gratitude Challenge #9871
    RNevinRNevin
    Participant

    I love this!!! I am super happy to do this! I will use my Instagram as an outlet for my expressions of gratitude. Since not everyone has insta, I will be glad to put all the things I post together into a single page so that everyone can see them. If you do have Insta – you can find me @noxirevin79

    in reply to: Center for Grateful Leadership – 3 Year Anniversary #9585
    RNevinRNevin
    Participant

    Wow! It’s hard to imagine that it’s been THREE years already!! What an awesome accomplishment and these years have been filled with such great things! I love this community, and I love serving it’s needs to my best ability. The message behind the CGL is SO important!

    in reply to: Introduce Yourself! #9225
    RNevinRNevin
    Participant

    Hi Stephanie! So glad to have you here! Looking forward to getting to know you!

    in reply to: Introduce Yourself! #8979
    RNevinRNevin
    Participant

    So glad to have you on board Bob!! Your valuable insight and expertise will be most welcomed here! Thanks for all you have done to help me with Excel questions/issues! It’s great to have the Excel Guru himself on hand for those difficult tasks!

     

    in reply to: CGL MONTHLY MEETINGS – 2018 schedule #8970
    RNevinRNevin
    Participant

    Here is the recording link for anyone who missed the July session.

    https://iil.adobeconnect.com/pdu9zobpcrlv/

     

    in reply to: Nice reference to Grateful Leadership #8430
    RNevinRNevin
    Participant

    Nice find!! Thanks for sharing!

    in reply to: Encouraging Others #8382
    RNevinRNevin
    Participant

    That’s awesome Jim! This is much more difficult at work to really spread the word about someone who has done a great job. Sometimes I’ll send out an email and copy several people thanking someone for going above and beyond, and there have been some occasions I have written a thanks on the white board in the break room. It would be nice to have some kind of a recognition system in place though.

    In my personal life this is easy. I typically tag someone on a facebook post and “call them out” in front of everyone for being so awesome. I see this occur on many occasions within my feed from others as well. ๐Ÿ™‚

    in reply to: Welcome to all the new CGL Members! #8381
    RNevinRNevin
    Participant

    I’m happy to announce that we have 96 new members (and counting!) from IPM Day participants!! This is excellent growth and hopefully all of you will contribute, and join our monthly sessions! (Which may be my favorite part of CGL).

    So welcome everyone!

    in reply to: Hey! How about another challenge! #8292
    RNevinRNevin
    Participant

    I agree! And I can usually tell when someone is a vet by both their haircut and way they carry themselves (like posture). I always try to tell EMT’s how much they are appreciated as well when I see them in public. I’ve actually had a few vets tell me that it drives them nuts to be thanked for their service all the time, but for the most part, I think most appreciate it.

    in reply to: Live Q & A session September 20 #6665
    RNevinRNevin
    Participant

    It sure will Tom! Here is the recording link for anyone who missed it: https://iil.adobeconnect.com/p7uww97bzky/

    You will need the password “grateful” to view it.

    in reply to: Hey! How about another challenge! #6649
    RNevinRNevin
    Participant

    Awww! Tom, that is SUCH a great post!! I love this and as soon as I’m back in the office next week I’ll add my own reply

    in reply to: Live Q & A session August 2nd #6536
    RNevinRNevin
    Participant

    Here is the live link to the room once the Q&A starts:

     

    https://iil.adobeconnect.com/gl-live/

    Room Password: grateful

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