Alexsys Thompson shares how building a gratitude practice can empower you to live the life you want.
How many times a day do you complain? How many times a day do you listen to complaints?
Complaining is a tricky business—it does absolutely nothing productive, but our brains convince us we’re getting satisfaction (justice even) when we whine, cry, and moan about everything that’s wrong.
Instead of investing all your time and energy in such an unproductive habit, Alexsys Thompson presents another way: building a gratitude practice. This is something I have been working on and building over the last year and HOLY RESULTS BATMAN! has it made a difference.
Listen to this episode to learn how you can gain freedom from complaining. Freedom from inauthenticity. Freedom from your inner critic. Limitless opportunities to live a life you design, one that’s aligned and mission-driven.
Alexsys Thompson, MLC, BCC is the creator of the Trybal Gratitude Journal, a keynote speaker, executive coach, and member of the Forbes Coaches Council. Her work is guided by her life’s mission to create safe spaces for souls to show up.
She specializes in helping leaders step into their greatness by enhancing their strengths, creating strategies to bridge their gaps, and empowering their followers to do the same. Her commitment to clean, concise, and kind candor allows her to easily cut through the noise and find the optimal solution. Because of this ability, she is often described as “a breath of fresh air.”
Following fifteen years of experience helping people step into their brilliance, Alexsys designed the Trybal Gratitude Journal as a tool for people to build a gratitude practice. Through her own practice, education, and work as a leadership coach, she’s found that gratitude is the key to living a life by design. With this journal, anyone can begin to unlock doors and see the beauty in themselves and the world around them.
Her work combines years of experience and study in leadership, gratitude, and manifestation. Over the last two decades, she’s led a variety of retreats, spoken at many conferences and events, as well as facilitated large and small group trainings and courageous conversations.
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