Today I’m talking gratitude with the wonderful Chloe Wigan and we discuss how small acts of gratitude can make a big difference to your business.
Chloe is a Certified Life Coach and writer with a background in psychology. She helps young women transcend what they think is possible and take action to get the most out of their One Infinite Life.
In this episode we’re talking about how cultivating an attitude of gratitude can stop you from getting caught in the comparison trap. Plus, Chloe shares some simple ways you can use a gratitude practice to navigate the highs and lows of business.
Plus, click here to access your free guide to getting started with gratitude.
Listen to the Podcast
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Resources & People Mentioned in this Episode
The 28 Day Gratitude Project is a free email series based on Chloe’s experience and learnings over the past decade which will guide you in experimenting with gratitude in a way that’s simple, easy-to-implement and fun.
Elyse Santilli – Notes on Bliss
Rock Your Goals Perth Workshop
Your free guide to getting started with gratitude
Other Rocking Resources
I love talking with Chloe so much that this is our second episode of Rock Your Goals together. You can listen in to Chloe share her tips about harnessing the power of imperfect action, boosting your productivity and how to stop obsessing over your stats. Check out her wonderful episode here.
Access the FREE Goal Rocking Resource Library filled with free eBooks and videos to help you rock a business + life you love (without going broke or burning out in the process).
Free Rock Your Goals Private Facebook Group – a fun, supportive and inspiring space for female bloggers, business mavens and entrepreneurs.
Quotes from the Episode
“The Universe is conspiring for your highest good.”
“Every day may not be good, but there’s something good in every day.”
P.S. If you enjoyed this episode, you might also enjoy this wonderful conversation I had with Alice Nicholls from The Whole Daily.