He is a wise man who does not grieve for the things which he has not, but rejoices for those which he has. – Epictetus
One of the most powerful things I’ve ever done is start, and continue – no matter what – a gratitude practice.
Every day I write down five things I’m grateful for.
I don’t always make it, each day, but I write five for each day – and always make up for past days.
And not every entry is beautiful and profound. But I do the work.
The practice (and it is a practice) has helped so much in helping me to focus on what’s (actually) working and what I have – which is real personal power comes from.