"Become aware what is in you. Announce it, pronounce it, produce it and give birth to it." - Meister Eckhart

05 October 2016

Day 20 - the 21-Day Attitude for Gratitude Challenge

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In the coming weeks, both Canada and the U.S. will celebrate Thanksgiving, a tradition going back to the early settlers when they would pay thanks to the bounty of their harvest and the good things the year had brought them.

Looking back on your year, what has the "harvest" brought you? For what are you grateful? What "food" or sustenance or nurturing has benefitted you in the last year? Take a few moments to give thanks and either share your reflections in the comments below or in your journal.

In gratitude,

Michael

Testimonials

"We have received only very positive reports of your workshop, and must thank you for being so flexible and responsive both before and in the course of implementing the workshop. It has been lovely to work with you. . . . We are hopeful this project will give rise to future storytelling endeavours, and would be very happy to work with you again if the opportunity arises!" Muireann Crowley, At Home in Scotland, University of Edinburgh, May 2014 ("Storytelling, Research and Public Engagement" workshop)

Michael Williams is a a storyteller of compelling skill. He is also a fine human being who engages in all situations and draws people into the warmth of communication and shared experience." Donald Smith, Director, Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh Scotland

"Michael's understanding of storytelling within a leadership and business context has helped us provide a great service in helping leaders determine their personal and organisational destiny and legacy. Working with Michael is inspiring and fun; and pulls you to be fully engaged from start to finish." Norton Bertram-Smith, Managing Director and Leadership Consultant for On Purpose.

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