Boost Engagement and Productivity with the Trybal Gratitude Journal

Boost Engagement and Productivity with the Trybal Gratitude Journal

We are excited to introduce the Trybal Gratitude Journal, authored by our founder Alexsys Thompson. We are the catalyst for the national gratitude movement and would love for you to take part. A gratitude practice has a direct impact on the wellness of you and your teams. Lexy is quoted in the Forbes article “14 Employee Well-Being Initiatives That Will Boost Engagement And Productivity” on this very topic. 12. A Gratitude Practice Gratitude in action. I have found that this practice yields a high level of awareness that may not have existed prior. Following awareness, actions begin to align with desired outcomes. The result is that gratitude turns into personal accountability. Move it into action so others can experience it, and organizationally, both mental and physical wellness are positively impacted. – Alexsys “Lexy” Thompson, Forbes.com We are donating 100% of the profits of the journals presales to Houston Charities for our recovery from Harvey. As a bonus Lexy is offering a 30 minute video for groups of 12 or more to get inspired to start their gratitude practice. Need a micro team building activity? Here it is! BUY THE...
What if Gratitude could actually change your world?

What if Gratitude could actually change your world?

Let’s talk about “gratitude.” It’s quite the buzzword today isn’t it? Everyone’s capitalizing on this trendy mindset with lists and journals, and the mainstream media is overflowing with gratitude-focused articles, books and research. THIS is the kind of movement I can get behind. Makes sense, right? Take a moment to give thanks for all you do have instead of lamenting about what’s missing. It’s an uplifting message! There’s a catch though. Gratitude isn’t just “one and done.” It has to take the form of a practice or skill – and must be honed day-in and day-out. Just talking and writing lists of “thank yous” only scratches the surface of the abundance-based mindset. We need to go deeper. That’s why I believe the best gratitude practice includes feelings. Why do feelings matter? Because they’re gateways to self-awareness and attitude alignment and those are the critical building blocks for growth and development. Self-awareness is the first step in making any change we want to make, so stopping to consider how we feel about what we’re grateful for allows us to acknowledge the choice we have to see the glass half-full. During times of crisis, transition or other trauma and drama, however, thoughts of thankfulness are probably not on our radar. But, that’s when gratitude matters most. When life throws us curve balls, taking a moment to stop, breathe, think and then FEEL appreciation for something or someone in our lives makes a significant impact. Here’s the thing: it’s a CHOICE. That’s why it’s called a gratitude “practice.” Every time something bad or stressful goes down, we have a choice to feel...