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Day 30 of The #FeelingGrateful Blog Series: 5 Amazing Videos to Inspire You to Develop the Practice of Gratitude in Your Everyday Life!

This is day 30 of The Feeling Grateful Blog Series. I am humbled by the individuals who raised their hand and said YES! to my request of participating in this series. My heart is full of appreciation for those who submitted their responses on why they are feeling grateful, and for those of you who embraced the series as readers and took the time to share many of the posts with your network. 

Each of your efforts made this the most viewed series that I have published on Grow Forward & Flourish to date and the most successful. Thank you.

As a way of thanking each of you, this last post in the series showcases 5 Amazing Videos to Inspire You to Develop a Practice of Gratitude in Your Everyday Life.  Enjoy!

Louie Schwartzberg: Nature. Beauty. Gratitude.

Brené Brown on Joy and Gratitude

Jane Ransom: Discover the Three Keys of Gratitude to Unlock Your Happiness & Life

Gratitude Meditation

Eckhart Tolle and Oprah Winfrey on Abundance and Gratitude

Thank you for being apart of this amazing journey. Little did I know that the inspiration I felt to do this series after reading the November issue of O magazine would allow me to connect to so many wonderful people in the world.

The satisfaction in my soul as a result of this series and its success cannot be measured. The opportunity to dig deeper into the subject of gratitude has certainly increased my level of joy and expanded my view of abundance in the world.

It is my hope, prayer and intention that you have discovered the power that comes with practicing gratitude in your everyday life. It is truly life changing.

Grateful Heart

Jackie Capers-Brown
Founder, Grow Forward & Flourish

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