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Cultivate gratitude with just 5 minutes a day
Working toward your next big win can bring you happiness, but there's a way to experience even deeper joy—practice gratitude! Spend just five minutes each day with this gratitude journal for men, and discover a new level of appreciation for the wonderful parts of your life.
- Daily 5-minute journal prompts—Express your thoughts and feelings with short prompts that bring you closer to the most gratifying and positive aspects of your life.
- Engaging practices—Make inspiring playlists, try a morning meditation, or take a long walk to reinforce mindfulness and stay grounded in gratitude.
- Positive affirmations—Receive daily inspiration from affirmations that promote positivity and guide you in the right direction.
Start your journey toward happiness and fulfillment with this easy, 5-minute gratitude journal.
About the Author
SCOTT SMITH is the chief motivation officer of MotivationToMove.com and the host of the Daily Boost podcast, which—with over 50 million downloads—is one of the top 500 podcasts globally.
“It’s not easy being a good man. But the 5-Minute Gratitude Journal for Men makes it easier and better. Each day you are guided with amazing prompts (so many I would never have thought of) to build your gratitude muscle. This leads to being a better man and father. Which leads to being more successful and happy. And frankly, it also helped me feel better about myself as a man. This is a must-have. Or a great gift to give your guy.” —Croix Sather, World Record Champion and author
“Vintage Scott! As a long-time listener of Scott's hugely popular Daily Boost Podcast, this gratitude journal is just what I'd expect: simple, easy to digest, and compact (with 130 different ways of finding gratitude). I think it's far more than a journal for men... ANYONE who has been trying to find a way to live life with more gratitude and joy will find value in these pages. And the great thing is if you don't know where to start, don't worry: Scott laid it out for you.” —James LaVeck, author/coach, Life After Losses (lifeafterlosses.com)