Tis the season of gratitude and you may be feeling motivated to count your blessings. The truth is that we should be living in gratitude all year long. Philippians 4:8 tells us to think about those things that are right, pure, lovely, admirable, excellent or praiseworthy. But as busy women and entrepreneurs, it’s easy to forget to do this. That’s why it’s important to create a habit of practicing gratitude.
In this interview, Theresa Ceniccola will discuss the art of practicing gratitude as a tool for improving your clarity and productivity — not to mention your overall happiness! She will share practical tips to incorporate gratitude into your busy life — long after you’ve finished the Thanksgiving leftovers.
About Theresa Ceniccola
Theresa Ceniccola is The Christian Mompreneur—a mentor to moms who are running a business that supports their values of faith and family. As president and founder of the International Christian Mompreneur Network, she empowers entrepreneurial moms to build profitable businesses with wisdom and grace.
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Theresa’s Success Tips
Keep an attitude of gratitude all year long and really remind yourself every day of what your true priorities are – what your purpose is for that particular day. Entrepreneurs use the excuse “life gets in the way” all the time – meaning they set goals they don’t accomplish because other things take priority. I would challenge us all to be much more proactive in identifying those priorities and not letting life get in the way, but rather, adjusting our goals as the seasons of life change — and to be supremely grateful for the opportunity we have as entrepreneurs to adjust our own goals and schedules and priorities!!
Theresa’s Favorite Quote
Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. ~ Philippians 4:8
Listen to the interview with Theresa by clicking the link below.