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Gratitude doesn’t stop here, it goes where you take it

standard September 23, 2009 3 responses

Today was World Gratitude Day. And in honor, and to show you that the Gratitude Challenge didn’t end when the 21 days were up, I’m going to share with you the email I received from the Tiny Prints Founder & CEO, Ed Han. (And no, this has nothing to do with the fact that I wish I could go work for him. Though I would be terribly grateful if that were ever to happen. Ahem…)

I’m very excited both with how the challenge went for me and for the group and for how it’s now turning into something bigger and better than any of us ever dared hope. Gratitude is contagious. And it makes lives better. Go on, I challenge you to read the following and to take the challenge. Oh, and watch the video. It’s awesome. Pretty please?

Dear Jessica,

Since today is World Gratitude Day, I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for taking the time to participate in The Gratitude Challenge.

Not only did you complete every step of The Challenge with style and grace, but your stories of heroism, hope and harmony have inspired countless readers to do the same.

We started this project as a internal movement focused on helping our colleagues to achieve one simple goal—to counter everyday stress and negativity with daily affirmations of gratitude. As The Gratitude Challenge grew to include bloggers outside of our company, however, we learned just how much gratitude can change a person’s life.

From tornadoes to car accidents, fires and family drama, The Gratitude Challenge saw our bloggers through meaningful, life-changing events. We learned so much from this experience that we made a short video about how gratitude can revitalize your perspective. You can watch it below:

We hope this experience has meant as much to you as it has to us, and we hope that you and your readers will to continue to follow our progress as we invite the world to join the movement at gratitudechallenge.com.

Best wishes,

Ed Han

Tiny Prints Founder & CEO

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3 responses

  • It’s so nice that however small an act of kindness is, it is always appreciated. Having gratitude for even the simplest things in life will help us keep a positive outlook. Pretty awesome!

  • I’m opening up the gratitude challenge page, and I think this is something that I absolutely need to do! I’ve been thinking so much lately about this very concept, so this is timely and important.

    On a side note, I hope you’re enjoying Her Fearful Symmetry– I read it this month too as an ARC and I was really haunted by it (pun fully intended). AN is simply amazing– I’m in constant awe of her writing abilities!

    (BTW- I came to your site as a new DC Metro Moms blogger, and I’m so glad to have visited!!)

  • quite an inspiration. thanks for sharing the project. I’m checking it out.

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