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The Five Practices to Becoming More Grateful (Webinar)

November 22, presented by Andrew Sanderbeck

Being grateful involves showing appreciation for the things in life that are meaningful or valuable to you. It consists, among other things, of showing others that you really value and appreciate what they’ve done for you, or what they’ve given you.

Taking a moment to notice and acknowledge the things you’re grateful for each day can brighten your outlook, boost your mood, and help you feel more positive in the face of challenges. And it can have a powerful impact on the people and pets that are important and valuable to you.

Inspired by the book The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz, these five practices will be a practical guide for being more grateful every day and expressing it to yourself and others.

The Five Practices you will learn how to apply in your life to become more grateful are:

  • Have No Expectations
  • Accept That It Isn’t Fair
  • Stop “Shoulding” On Yourself
  • Be Aware of Your Stories
  • Life’s What You Make It (Believe in Yourself)

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Andrew Sanderbeck – Biography

Andrew has been developing and conducting training programs for library organizations for more than twenty years. He has presented Web-based, On-line, and Face-to-Face sessions on Customer Service and Communication Skills in the U.S. and many countries around the world.

Andrew’s programs are filled with proven techniques that attendees can immediately apply with their difficult and challenging customer behaviors. He is the past president of the Haywood County Library Board of Trustees in Western North Carolina.

The views expressed in webinars provided by PCI do not necessarily reflect the views or official policies of the State of Arkansas, the Arkansas Department of Education, or the Arkansas State Library.