P i n n a L e a d


As we wrap up the year, it’s a norm for leaders to pause, look back and reflect on the year ending. I have been doing that since the beginning of this last quarter and I realized I have more to be grateful for in life, than things to cry and complain about.

Gratitude doesn’t imply that everything in your life is going well, and you have everything that you want, or your company made huge profits, it’s simply an attitude of the heart.

When the impact of COVID 19 pandemic intensified at the beginning of the year, most companies put training and all its related activities on hold, understandably so due to financial pressure and the emotional spell people were under. It was a dry and desperate season for our business. Instead of throwing our hands up in the air, we decided to reach out to our clients who were hit the hardest and offered them ‘pro bono’ inspirational sessions to encourage and appreciate them for the good relationships we had prior to the pandemic.

If you survived this pandemic, you surely have something to be grateful for. I invite you to pause, rewire your antennas to pick more positive vibrational frequencies than negative ones and cultivate an attitude of gratitude that will help you weather the storms you will still go through in your leadership journey.

As one speaker said, “It isn’t what you have in your pocket that makes you thankful, but what you have in your heart.” ~ Anonymous

Be grateful for what you have, meditate more on it to magnify it.

Coach Lorato

Your Personal Growth Partner of Choice!

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