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How to start a gratitude journal as a creator or entrepreneur? 

The more you are thankful for the good things you have,

 the more good things you attract into your life.

Abundance thinking always wins compared to scarcity.

And gratitude journal writing is a powerful ritual of cultivating an abundance mindset.

Here is how to do this in 3 simple steps.

  • Set a goal to write about the same number of things you are grateful for daily. I recommend at least 3.
  • Do it 5-10 minutes before sleep, early morning, or when you feel it is good for you.
  • Write about various things you are grateful for, material and nonmaterial, relationships, events, experiences, abilities, and people.

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