So I'll spare you the big promise.
You might already meditate.
Or even even do yoga.
Or at least you've been thinking about it.
But I also know there's a MISSING PIECE.
And that's why you're here.
There are 7 scientifically proven benefits of gratitude. Among those, it helps to increase mental strength. That's what I call fortitude.
And this is the missing piece to changing your mindset.
Even though changing your mindset with gratitude may seem obvious, the path to building a successful gratitude practice is anything but.
This is how it works...
You'll have access to 30 videos, each explaining the Gratitude Challenge of the Day.
Take the Challenge at your own pace. You can start any time.
All you need to do is follow along and participate.
You can do this by yourself, or have your entire family join you!
Embark on a 30-day journey where you will learn the benefits of gratitude, along with the steps to implement gratitude as part of your every day life.
Benefits of building a gratitude practice.
30 daily videos with Gratitude Challenges.
Free resources and printables.
Get the whole family involved in the challenge!
In this 30-day challenge, you will go from being stressed and overwhelmed to learning how to implement a gratitude practice to help build your inner resilience... I like to call it fortitude.
This challenge offers a 30 day money back guarantee if you are not fully satisfied with the information and knowledge provided.
If you don't feel like this information has provided value to you, contact [email protected] within 30 days for your money back guarantee.
The challenge is on-demand and you can go through it at your own pace.
It begins with a few welcome videos to help get you started, and then has 30 video lessons to help you complete each Gratitude Challenge of the Day.
Each week has a different theme to focus on.
The end goal is for you to grow and stretch. Not to simply check the box that it’s complete.
Each video is only a couple of minutes long.
The majority of the days should only take about 5-10 minutes of your time. I wanted to keep it as simple as possible for your busy and chaotic life. If you have more time to dedicate, then by all means – go for it!
The challenge itself is designed to last 30 days.
Absolutey! You can take the challenge by yourself, or include your family.
You don’t have to start on the first of the month. Any 30 days will do.
Absolutely! All of the challenges can be done from the comfort of your home.
There are a few which may require going outside or out and about, but those are optional and there are ways to still complete the challenge at home if you can't get out.
I get it! Life happens. Commit to the entire 30 days, but if you miss a day, don’t beat yourself up about it, and don’t skip over a day. Just pick back up tomorrow the next item on the list.
There may be a day that something just feels off. Or it doesn’t make sense to you. Or whatever. This gratitude challenge is designed to help you think and become empowered, not to put you in an uncomfortable place. If a certain day doesn’t vibe with you for some reason, then change it up a bit so that it does.
You will be provided with all of the resources and printables needed to complete the challenge.
Holly Bertone, PMP, CNHP
Holly Bertone, PMP, CNHP is the #1 Amazon.com bestselling author of the book Thriving in the Workplace with Autoimmune Disease: Know Your Rights, Resolve Conflict, and Reduce Stress, the first book ever to educate others on autoimmune disease as a legal disability in the U.S. workplace. She is a highly sought-after speaker and wellness expert and the leading authority on Autoimmune Disease in the workplace.
Holly Bertone is currently the President and CEO of Pink Fortitude, LLC, and founder of Fortitude.Academy and the health and wellness website pinkfortitude.com. As a breast cancer and Hashimoto's survivor, she turned these two significant health challenges into a passion to help transform lives for women with chronic illness.
Holly is a Project Management Professional (PMP), holds a Masters Degree from Johns Hopkins University, and is a Certified Natural Health Professional.
In her free time, she loves to garden, and hit flea markets and yard sales. Holly is married to a retired Green Beret, is a stepmother, and lives in Alexandria, VA.