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The Power of Gratitude: How it Boosts Your Self-Esteem

April 22, 20245 min read

Oftentimes, you might hear the word "gratitude," particularly when it comes to well-being topics or self-improvement. It is the practice of intentionally focusing on the good in your life, whether that’s your relationships, your health, your accomplishments, or simply the beauty of the natural world around you. But how often do you use it inwardly?

Many people still say that they feel like they’re just going through the motions of life without really feeling fulfilled or happy. Some say their lives are empty, with no accomplishments in their state. Nah! it's not true. You need to see it and be aware of the things around you.

I've been through my worst and experienced different things in life. I also admit that I was rebellious in the past. I decide to take out the rocks in my bag. Really, practicing gratitude is the key to unlocking a happier and more confident version of yourself.

Gratitude is a positive emotion that involves acknowledging and appreciating the good things in one's life. It's about recognizing the positive aspects of your life and being thankful for them. Practicing gratitude has been linked to a range of positive health benefits, including improved sleep, reduced stress and anxiety, increased happiness and life satisfaction, and even a stronger immune system.

I felt sorry every time I saw people still seeing themselves as a mistake, a problem, and just telling them that it was always their fault. No one is perfect in this society we are in; it's just that they know how to see positivity in every mistake, challenge, and problem. But NOW I don’t feel sorry for them. I believe that they are at a place in their lives where they will have a breakthrough and begin to embark upon a journey of healing. I have been with many clients that struggle in this aspect. When the problems hit them, they become stuck to it and affect them entirely. But I also have witnessed the breakthrough when they released the story.

Power of Gratitude

The practice of gratitude helps shift your focus away from negativity and towards positivity.

It helps to appreciate the present moment and to recognize the good things in your life, even when things are not going well, yes, definitely it is. It can also help to cultivate a more positive attitude towards yourself and the universe, which can lead to increased self-esteem and confidence. You become more confident, courageous, and resilient in the face of life's challenges ("Trust Life" by Louise Hay).

So now, how will you transition to becoming grateful so you can uplift yourself?

Let's open your eyes and start to see the positivity.

What are you thankful for today?

What skills have I used today?

What abilities or talents do I possess that I am thankful for?

What are some of the achievements you've made?

What makes you smile today?

How does gratitude boost self-esteem? 👊

When you practice gratitude regularly, you begin to shift your focus away from what you don't have and towards what you do have. This can allow you to feel more content and satisfied with your life, which in turn can boost your self-esteem.

💛 It helps you to focus on the positive

When you make a conscious effort to be grateful, you start to notice all of the good things in your life. This can support to counteract negative thinking patterns and allow you to feel more positive and optimistic about yourself and your life.

💛 It reminds you of your strengths

When you're feeling down on yourself, it can be easy to forget about all of the things you're good at. Gratitude can support you to remind of your strengths and accomplishments, which can give your self-esteem a much-needed boost.

💛 It fosters positive relationships

When you express gratitude towards others, it strengthens your relationships and builds a sense of community. This can allow you to feel more connected and supported, which can, in turn, boost your self-esteem.

How can you incorporate gratitude into your daily routine?

Start harnessing the power of gratitude

🙏 Keep a gratitude journal

Set aside a few minutes each day to write down the things you're grateful for. These lists will create an aura some people will recognize easily. Grateful people tend to become happy people.

🙏 Say "thank you" more often

Make a conscious effort to thank the people around you for the things they do. This will strengthen your relationships and build a sense of gratitude in your daily life.

🙏 Practice mindfulness

Take a few minutes each day to sit quietly and focus on your breath. The benefits of mindfulness practice are numerous and have been well-documented by research. These benefits include reducing stress and anxiety, improving focus and attention, increasing emotional regulation, and improving overall well-being.

🙏 Look for opportunities to give back

When you give back to others, you will feel a sense of fulfillment and a purpose that boost your own well-being and self-esteem.

Practicing gratitude can be a powerful tool for boosting your self-esteem. By focusing on the good things in your life and cultivating a sense of thankfulness, you can shift your mindset and start feeling better about yourself and your life.

So why not give it a try? You might be surprised at the results!

When you might find it hard, I am here, and we can both work out the root causes of your low self-esteem. I believe that everyone has the power to overcome their struggles and live their best life.

We can work on developing the skills and habits necessary to cultivate a more grateful mindset and strengthen your self-esteem so that you can live a more fulfilling and joyful life.


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Coach Shanelle "Adisa" Boyd is a certified Spiritual Life Coach, founder of Women to Woman, and the owner of Coach Shanelle Boyd. With her high vibrational energy, Coach Shanelle "Adisa" found her calling to support women in co-creating a compassionate world where they are balanced in self-love as they are secure in their divine energy while holding the power of their voice as sacred by being introspective, self-nurturing, and confident.

Coach Shanelle "Adisa" Boyd

Coach Shanelle "Adisa" Boyd is a certified Spiritual Life Coach, founder of Women to Woman, and the owner of Coach Shanelle Boyd. With her high vibrational energy, Coach Shanelle "Adisa" found her calling to support women in co-creating a compassionate world where they are balanced in self-love as they are secure in their divine energy while holding the power of their voice as sacred by being introspective, self-nurturing, and confident.

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The Power of Gratitude: How it Boosts Your Self-Esteem

April 22, 20245 min read

Oftentimes, you might hear the word "gratitude," particularly when it comes to well-being topics or self-improvement. It is the practice of intentionally focusing on the good in your life, whether that’s your relationships, your health, your accomplishments, or simply the beauty of the natural world around you. But how often do you use it inwardly?

Many people still say that they feel like they’re just going through the motions of life without really feeling fulfilled or happy. Some say their lives are empty, with no accomplishments in their state. Nah! it's not true. You need to see it and be aware of the things around you.

I've been through my worst and experienced different things in life. I also admit that I was rebellious in the past. I decide to take out the rocks in my bag. Really, practicing gratitude is the key to unlocking a happier and more confident version of yourself.

Gratitude is a positive emotion that involves acknowledging and appreciating the good things in one's life. It's about recognizing the positive aspects of your life and being thankful for them. Practicing gratitude has been linked to a range of positive health benefits, including improved sleep, reduced stress and anxiety, increased happiness and life satisfaction, and even a stronger immune system.

I felt sorry every time I saw people still seeing themselves as a mistake, a problem, and just telling them that it was always their fault. No one is perfect in this society we are in; it's just that they know how to see positivity in every mistake, challenge, and problem. But NOW I don’t feel sorry for them. I believe that they are at a place in their lives where they will have a breakthrough and begin to embark upon a journey of healing. I have been with many clients that struggle in this aspect. When the problems hit them, they become stuck to it and affect them entirely. But I also have witnessed the breakthrough when they released the story.

Power of Gratitude

The practice of gratitude helps shift your focus away from negativity and towards positivity.

It helps to appreciate the present moment and to recognize the good things in your life, even when things are not going well, yes, definitely it is. It can also help to cultivate a more positive attitude towards yourself and the universe, which can lead to increased self-esteem and confidence. You become more confident, courageous, and resilient in the face of life's challenges ("Trust Life" by Louise Hay).

So now, how will you transition to becoming grateful so you can uplift yourself?

Let's open your eyes and start to see the positivity.

What are you thankful for today?

What skills have I used today?

What abilities or talents do I possess that I am thankful for?

What are some of the achievements you've made?

What makes you smile today?

How does gratitude boost self-esteem? 👊

When you practice gratitude regularly, you begin to shift your focus away from what you don't have and towards what you do have. This can allow you to feel more content and satisfied with your life, which in turn can boost your self-esteem.

💛 It helps you to focus on the positive

When you make a conscious effort to be grateful, you start to notice all of the good things in your life. This can support to counteract negative thinking patterns and allow you to feel more positive and optimistic about yourself and your life.

💛 It reminds you of your strengths

When you're feeling down on yourself, it can be easy to forget about all of the things you're good at. Gratitude can support you to remind of your strengths and accomplishments, which can give your self-esteem a much-needed boost.

💛 It fosters positive relationships

When you express gratitude towards others, it strengthens your relationships and builds a sense of community. This can allow you to feel more connected and supported, which can, in turn, boost your self-esteem.

How can you incorporate gratitude into your daily routine?

Start harnessing the power of gratitude

🙏 Keep a gratitude journal

Set aside a few minutes each day to write down the things you're grateful for. These lists will create an aura some people will recognize easily. Grateful people tend to become happy people.

🙏 Say "thank you" more often

Make a conscious effort to thank the people around you for the things they do. This will strengthen your relationships and build a sense of gratitude in your daily life.

🙏 Practice mindfulness

Take a few minutes each day to sit quietly and focus on your breath. The benefits of mindfulness practice are numerous and have been well-documented by research. These benefits include reducing stress and anxiety, improving focus and attention, increasing emotional regulation, and improving overall well-being.

🙏 Look for opportunities to give back

When you give back to others, you will feel a sense of fulfillment and a purpose that boost your own well-being and self-esteem.

Practicing gratitude can be a powerful tool for boosting your self-esteem. By focusing on the good things in your life and cultivating a sense of thankfulness, you can shift your mindset and start feeling better about yourself and your life.

So why not give it a try? You might be surprised at the results!

When you might find it hard, I am here, and we can both work out the root causes of your low self-esteem. I believe that everyone has the power to overcome their struggles and live their best life.

We can work on developing the skills and habits necessary to cultivate a more grateful mindset and strengthen your self-esteem so that you can live a more fulfilling and joyful life.


coachlife coachspiritual life coachlife coach near mehelingpurposewomanwomanhooddivine feminine energyAdisaI am Adisa
Coach Shanelle "Adisa" Boyd is a certified Spiritual Life Coach, founder of Women to Woman, and the owner of Coach Shanelle Boyd. With her high vibrational energy, Coach Shanelle "Adisa" found her calling to support women in co-creating a compassionate world where they are balanced in self-love as they are secure in their divine energy while holding the power of their voice as sacred by being introspective, self-nurturing, and confident.

Coach Shanelle "Adisa" Boyd

Coach Shanelle "Adisa" Boyd is a certified Spiritual Life Coach, founder of Women to Woman, and the owner of Coach Shanelle Boyd. With her high vibrational energy, Coach Shanelle "Adisa" found her calling to support women in co-creating a compassionate world where they are balanced in self-love as they are secure in their divine energy while holding the power of their voice as sacred by being introspective, self-nurturing, and confident.

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