Ask yourself…

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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.

Besides a moment of satisfaction, what does that do for you? How does it improve your life? How does it fill your spirit and fuel your soul?

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It doesn't. It's depleting. It's futile.

You deserve better. You deserve more. And guess what? You don’t need to pay a guru. You don’t need to go to a weekend workshop and jump around, pretending you’ll fix all your problems in 72-hours. You don’t need to spend hours meditating everyday or committing to spiritual cleanses you don’t quite understand the point of.

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All you need is 10 minutes a day, a pen or pencil, and a piece of paper.

That’s right. By taking 10 measly minutes out of your day to practice gratitude, you can begin to impact all the things in your life that don’t fit. Over time, the hours of complaining will dwindle, until you can’t even find something to complain about. Not because you’re not supposed to or because you feel guilty about it.

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Because you won't want to.

And then suddenly, a world of opportunity unfolds before you. You’ll clear the clutter and make room for all the wonderful, great experiences you’re meant to live. It doesn’t mean there won’t be tough times or you won’t experience challenge, but it will be the tough stuff that propels you forward. The challenges that empower you to be your highest, most authentic self.

That’s why I’ve designed this journal. Because I know first-hand how transformative a gratitude practice is. There’s no scheming, no gimmicks, no false advertising.

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Gratitude is limitless, renewable, and accessible to everyone.

Even you. Especially you.

By building a gratitude practice into your daily routine, over time you’ll naturally develop an attitude of gratitude. Which has all kinds of physical, mental, and emotional health benefits (I describe some of these in the video bonus you’ll receive). But, I can tell you from personal and professional experience, the best thing you’ll get out of this is freedom.

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Freedom from complaining.

Freedom from inauthenticity. Freedom from your inner critic.

You have all the treasures of the world inside you. I’m just giving you the key. Your Trybal Gratitude Journal will be there for you, through thick and thin, to remind you to stay curious, be open, and give yourself grace.