Don’t get that quote wrong, I live and breath gratitude.
That said, I’m competitive at heart as we all are.
I didn’t make a name for myself in this world by being content.
I strived for more and pushed myself to reach new levels every step of the way.
I was fueled by a lot of spite and anger leading to my success as a professional athlete.
Then, after the first brain tumor diagnosis, my perspective shifted to one of gratitude for my life and all that was in it.
This sense of gratitude led me to wanting even more in my life, which led me on a path of serving others along the way.
What’s the use in my success if others can’t experience their success as well?
At the end of the day, it’s human nature to progress our lives in areas were passionate about.
What this journey up until this moment has taught me is that gratitude leads to abundance in all areas of life.
A simple perspective shift to that of gratitude not only changes our chemical make up, but it also attracts alike vibes from our external environments.
Sounds woohoo and all that but it’s backed by science that we can se and measure, and my life is a clear example of just that.
Gratitude & progression > spite and lack.
Josh P. 💚🧠✌️