The Gratitude Effect
Shift your mindset; Optimize your outcomes, and Boost emotional well-being
My book, The Gratitude Effect, is finally available! [TheGratitudeEffect.net] I wanted to give everyone a brief look inside the cover in hopes that it will help you seek out a more grateful way of living. If you feel inspired from this sneak peek, I would greatly encourage you to read my full book which is available for purchase at [TheGratitudeEffect.net]!
Encourage, Equip and Empower
“The whole purpose of this book is to encourage, equip, and empower you to live with gratitude and thankfulness every day, as long as you have breath. We’ll look at every aspect of gratitude, from a physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and financial point of view, so you can walk in strength and confidence (xvii).” Derrick Sweet, Chairman of the Healthy Wealthy and Wise Corporation and author of Get the Most Out of Life, explains the power of gratitude. “Gratitude is one of the most powerful perspectives in the world. The Gratitude Effect will give you the knowledge to develop more gratitude in your life through the thought provoking exercise throughout the book.” The Gratitude Effect does not only give you the knowledge to develop an attitude of gratefulness, it also explains the effect that gratitude has on the people in our lives.
“Our thoughts and attitudes become our physical reality, no matter what. When our attitude toward ourselves is big, and our attitude toward others is one of loving and giving, we then attract generous portions of success and abundance for ourselves” (10). This book will teach you how to change your life by understanding that this change must begin within yourself. “When we desire change in our lives, the place to begin the work is within us. The Gratitude Effect provides you with the tools and insights to cultivate a sense of gratitude from which you can achieve anything. Rich Cavaness will be your guide and coach along a journey of self-discovery, so you can begin the process of creating the life you’ve always dreamed of. I strongly recommend this book to anyone seeking the best version of themselves.” —Rod Macdonald, CEO Certified Coaches Federation and Founder of Indestructible Human Coaching
The journey of self-discovery that Rod talks about starts with realizing all you have to be thankful for. “We all have something for which we can be grateful, and oftentimes it takes little consideration to realize that we have so much more than we first thought” (16). Learning to be grateful for the things we do have, instead of focusing on the things we don’t, can change your entire attitude toward life. “A life WITHOUT gratitude is a life WITH grief. Today—more than ever—we need a blueprint for what it means to experience gratitude on a daily basis. Rich Cavaness shows us the proven path for shifting our mindset, optimizing our outcomes, and boosting our emotional wellbeing. Read this book. You’ll be grateful you did.” —Kary Oberbrunner, author of Day Job to Dream Job, Elixir Project, and Your Secret Name
Shaping your Perspective
“The truth is that being grateful is not always easy, and it does take some work. It is possible to be grateful even in the midst of suffering. History shows us many who, while going through very dark times, grew to have a deeper appreciation and were thankful for that experience. Their struggles made them better people and helped shape their perspective” (92). Gary Burleson, Napoleon Hill Foundation Certified Instructor and Life/Success Consultant, explains the power gratitude can give you when you are going through difficult times. “The wisdom and insightfulness [in The Gratitude Effect] is invaluable and strengthening and I plan on giving many copies away to people I know who struggle with self-destruction, defeat and a host of other debilitating thoughts of unworthiness and low self-esteem; Excellent work Rich.”
“As I wrote this book, researched the material, and the personal journey I have been on these past few years, I became really excited for you as the reader. I know you will experience the power of a positive mental attitude, as well as the energy and joy that comes from living in Gratitude each day you are alive” (xx).