The Daily Gratitudes At Work
Hello Happy Campers: The Daily Gratitudes has welcomed me into their warm, fuzzy arms. And, I am so excited to announce that for one week, starting today, you’ll be getting straight into your inbox my daily gratitudes.
Life is all about being grateful. As you know, I say that when we take stock in the positive you’ll see that we have so much to work with to get us to the next step in life.
In my book The Money Formula, Gratitude has its own separate chapter because “gratitude is what binds us in the love of money and our relationship with it. Gratitude is what allows our conscious mind to say, “Well done for what you’ve created!”
Needless to say, I am so grateful that I’ve had a chance to share what makes me feel grateful. Every day, I’m grateful of the little things in life. These little things create a sense of well-being and happiness.
Today I’m grateful for…
• A perky cup of coffee • A promise fulfilled • A random, hilarious, insightful thing a kid says
I met Steve thanks to Charmaine Hammond at Raise A Dream. Shout out to you, Charmaine!
Meet Steve From Daily Gratitudes At Work
Steve Foran is a grateful CEO.
Gratitude at Work, a behaviour and culture changing institution, was founded by Steve in 2006. What started as GiveRaising has grown into work with leaders across Canada and into the United States – shifting culture and helping teams bring more gratitude to work each day.
Steve Foran has been on the leading edge of gratitude-based research, writing, and teaching for more than fifteen years. His science-based program, Gratitude At Work, is a simple, yet innovative approach to business growth.
With programs like counting blessings, asking before assuming, thanking and not expecting, gratitude transforms business cultures into proud, positive, satisfying environments, where people are grateful, productive and ultimately at their best.
An electrical engineer, Steve brings a detail oriented and thoughtful approach to his working relationships and client engagements. Thriving off of people who want to be their best, Steve works with leaders who want to instill an engaging, cooperative culture with their employees.
Steve began exploring the relationship between gratitude and philanthropic giving while completing his Masters at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax.
Steve is a son, brother, husband, father and now, grandfather. He teaches Business Ethics and has written extensively on the subject of gratitude. He is the founder of STATUSGRO and creator of the viral video 100 Halifax Doors. Steve is actively engaged in making his community a better place and is proud to be a lifelong resident of Halifax, Nova Scotia.