Gratitude is much more important than we realize. It goes way beyond “social politeness.” Studies suggest that being grateful can improve well-being, physical health, can strengthen social relationships, produce positive emotional states and help us cope with stressful times in our lives.
So this Thanksgiving, be sure to say thank you to your loved ones, colleagues, bosses, and clients. Our world is truly a shared experience.
I have so many things to be thankful for this year. 2015 has been the best year of my life, personally and professionally.
Personally: As many of you know, I got engaged just before the start of the new year, and have spent most of this year helping Lindsey plan our wedding. We couldn’t be happier, and we can’t wait to start our new life as a married couple.
Professionally: I was invited to speak at TEDx, resulting in a huge boost to my career. That talk opened up motivational speaking opportunities for high school and college students. It is an honor to be given the chance to share my message and magic with others. www.BrianMillerSpeaks.com
Business is better this year than it has ever been before. For that, I owe a HUGE thank you to YOU. I am so grateful for your continued support of my work. You are the reason I am able to support a family while doing something I love. I look forward to our continued relationship in 2016 and beyond.