28 Inspiring Gratitude Quotes That Will Transform Your Day


Inspiring gratitude quotes that are sure to help shift your perspective toward what’s already great about you life and elevate your spirits!

Would you love to experience greater ease, flow, and abundance in your life? If so, gratitude is the pathway that will take you there!

By practicing gratitude, we change our entire magnetic field and attract opportunities for greater abundance and joy into our lives. (more…)

How to Perfect Your Decision Making: 3 Steps to Take Today

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Follow These 3 Decision-Making Steps and You’ll Be Well On Your Way to Making Powerful, Purposeful Decisions More Quickly and Easily In All Areas of Your Life

Do you ever find yourself having trouble making decisions? Or when you do make a decision, do you often look back and second guess whether or not you made the right decision? (more…)

How To Prioritize Every Task Today So Your Calendar Doesn’t Make You Cry

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How to prioritize tasks and fill your calendar with meaningful things, including time for fun, rest and rejuvenation

When you look at your calendar – whether it’s on your wall, on your computer or on your smartphone – do you see what your days, weeks, and months look like and feel thrilled? (more…)

What My Son John Boggs Taught Me About Halloween

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Halloween Is a Time to Have Fun, Wear Costumes and Eat Candy…But There’s One More Thing You May Find Helpful to Remember

What’s your favorite Halloween memory?

Mine occurred during the fall of 1980. My children’s father and I had decided to spend a year exploring the United States while I spoke at 100 different churches around the country. (more…)

3 of My Favorite Quotes by One of My Dearest and Long-Time Friends, Les Brown


These Powerful Les Brown Quotes Are Sure To Help You Choose the Path That’s Right for You and Propel You Toward Success!

I first met Les Brown in 1987. Les and I were both just starting out on our journeys to grow our work in the world. Together, with another man who was doing the same, we were invited to work with a mentor named Jack Boland. (more…)

Do You Desire to Think and Grow Rich?

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How to Use Burning Desire to Manifest Anything You Want According to Napoleon Hill

Think and Grow Rich is an international bestselling book written by Napoleon Hill in 1937. It’s sold over 20 million copies and is responsible for creating tens of thousands of millionaires worldwide.

Of all the principles listed in Think and Grow Rich, the most powerful is what Napoleon Hill calls the power of true desire. (more…)

Comments (26)

  • One lesson I’ve learned in life that has made a huge difference in my level of happiness: Attitude is everything. You can avoid something-or love the challenge it presents, and it’s exactly the same thing. Happiness is in my attitude :-)

  • Thanks for your advice im applying them to my life every day.

  • For having a purpose highly motivates me no matter what challenges may I encounter. Love your advice, very helpful.

  • Sandra Riddell

    Mary – Thank you so much for sharing your wisdom – and your mother’s. You impress me very much and always have! Last night I saw a movie with Emma Thompson (the Children Act) and throughout, I was reminded of you. It was notabout how the character approached life, but instead, the intelligence shining out of her eyes.

  • My life lesson is to listen to your inner self and take notice. Don’t waste anymore time. Act or wait but recognise what you need and do and do it. Take time to make decisions for yourself and don’t just be swept along. Make a conscious decision. Live with love, forgive others and yourself x.

  • Ida Johansson

    Thank you for sharing! Very valuable lessons to always remember!

  • Dennis Cobb

    Learned that love is from God. The 5 steps are Christian principles. Written book ‘Miracles Of Simple People’ Play guitar at nursing homes, and forgive myself as well as others. To obey the commandments is to love God and neighbor. We are born to make others happy, not our self. That is selfish, not selfless

  • Its great advice but i am seperated with three children who rely on me as they are still young, makes it had to know whether to follow my dreams or sacrifice my children.

    • Perhaps you can live for your children in this season, with a view to living your big dream when they fly the nest. Perhaps it is a time to wait; with a great expectation for your future.

    • Simone,
      Please don’t sacrifice your children, they are a gift from God. No dream is worth peer-suing if it means walking away from your children. I too was in your position and God found a way for me to have my children and follow my dreams. My dreams were modified so I could have both. I met a wonderful man and together we have raised beautiful, productive children and I was able to continue my education once my children were in school. Once you turn your life over to the Lord and everything is possible

  • The one thing that has made all the difference for me is gratitude. I am grateful for so much and when I focus on the gifts rather then the hits of life I am a better me. Thank you for letting me share.

  • So applicable considering that I has brain tumor surgery two weeks ago. I don’t know for sure yet, but I think working from a love and forgiveness platform is the way to go.

  • Yes, I agree I am 62 years young and just left my “secure” job because it was killing me! I took a chance but it feels so much better than being in prison!
    Also, I am going back to school because I was tired of thinking I had stopped learning.
    Then, I met a man who loves me like crazy and he is so great for me and after being married for 3 terrible times due to bad choices for me, it feels wonderful.
    After helping / caring for my mother from age 81 until she was 94 and finally passed over, it was difficult to watch her because she had SO MUCH regret!
    Yes, I am choosing LIFE.
    And I hate the “should” word!
    I am learning the lessons you mention before it TOO LATE….
    Thank you Mary.

  • Susana Hacopian

    Thank you for sharing, I am excited to make these lessons a part of my daily ritual.

  • I learned one lesson with 4 parts! Don Miguel Ruiz The Four Agreements!
    1. Be impeccable with your word
    2. Don’t make assumptions
    3. Don’t judge others
    4. Always do your best!

  • Johanna Red Neck

    I want to live my life from a place of love. Just recently I was able to forgive the people that traumatized me. I’m 65. 30 years of my life I lived in depression, not being able to see,feel,touch,hear,taste the blessings this life had for me.Today is the day that I will need to change that. Thank you for the pearls you shared with me

  • Gary Burnside

    God always has a better plan for are lives than ourselves.

  • Smile and say Thank you.
    I learned this during a very difficult time of my life and when friends or family extended a helping hand I found it difficult to accept their gift and would try and decline or assure them it wasn’t necessary. I didn’t realize I was robbing them of a blessing. Someone was doing or giving because they wanted to and I was being too hard headed and proud to receive it. When I changed my perception and was able to literally smile and say Thank you both parties won and that is a wonderful feeling.

  • I am a senior journalist, writer, peace activist and a dreamer. I dream of a world devoid of hate and I think my dream has come true. The second edition of my first book, “Khawab Lay Lo Khawab” (Take Away my Dreams), based on my memoirs was received well and is now out of print. A second edition is in printing press. This time I hope to make savings.

  • Brenda White

    As a cancer survivor, I learned to give each day my best. What can get done, complete it and do it quickly. If I cannot do it, then either delegate, or just let it go. Never stress over anything. It’s the stress that made me ill. Never again.

    Scripture reads “Fret not thyself.” “Cast all your cares upon Him for He careth for you.” I now accept those, not as kind and passing words, but as commandments. He only expects us to do the best we can and then simply leave the rest up to Him.

    That lesson alone has been a game changer for me.

  • That we can override our belief systems, choose what to think and change our neurology

  • shelia middelton

    I needed this right now in my life because l’ve decided to go back to school. At my age l know it will be challenging but l am ready for the task. Thank You of the 5 important lessons. They encourage me!

  • I have learned to be kind to myself. It seems I used to be very hard on myself, especially if my goals and work on projects dud not work out. I do not need to be perfect. That was a hard one.

  • Love, everyone, especially yourself.

  • Julia A Bowen

    My daily struggle is to let go of the pass and not let others opinions make me who I am. And to forgive them for the hurt the impose.

  • Ronie Larmore Shackelford

    Awesomeness Mary! 💜 All great great lessons! Glad I’m knowing these even at 55!👍

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