Each October I have the joy of celebrating the anniversary of my business, Nectar Consulting, Inc. supporting busy professionals through my work as a coach & hypnotherapist, trainer, speaker, and author.

This year is my 22nd anniversary! Whoo Hoo!

It’s been my honor to be of service to thousands worldwide helping those who are struggling with overwhelm, anxiety, and self doubt due to toxic work environments or relationships. Assisting them to bring dignity to their communications and reclaim their calm, confidence, and clarity while enhancing their well being, peace of mind, and bottom line success.

As an expression of my gratitude for being a part of my community, I have an anniversary gift for all of you – A Gratitude Guided Meditation.

Please enjoy as you listen to it as often as you like to find your center and quiet your mind.


Given the tragic world events happening, I thought it would be helpful to remind us how cultivating gratitude each day can help foster greater internal peace and well-being but can also have a positive ripple effect on others and the world…

Here are 7 ways how cultivating an attitude of gratitude can help spread peace…

  1. Reduced Negativity: Gratitude helps diminish negative emotions like anger, resentment, and envy. When you’re at peace internally, you’re less likely to project negativity onto others, contributing to more harmonious relationships.
  1. Enhanced Empathy: Practicing gratitude fosters empathy and compassion. When you’re at peace with yourself, you’re better able to understand and connect with the emotions and experiences of others, leading to more supportive and empathetic interactions.
  1. Improved Communication: Inner peace gained through gratitude can lead to better communication skills. You’re more likely to listen actively, express yourself clearly, and resolve conflicts peacefully, benefiting your relationships.
  1. Increased Patience: Gratitude can enhance your patience and tolerance for others’ shortcomings. Inner peace allows you to accept imperfections and differences in yourself and others, resulting in more harmonious interactions with those around you.
  1. Positive Role Modeling: When you consistently practice gratitude, you set a positive example for others. Your inner peace and optimistic outlook can inspire those around you to adopt similar attitudes, creating a more positive environment.
  1. Stress Reduction: Inner peace gained through gratitude also reduces your own stress levels. When you’re less stressed, you’re more pleasant to be around, and your calm presence can positively influence others who may be feeling anxious or overwhelmed.
  1. Promotion of Kindness: Gratitude often leads to acts of kindness and generosity. Your inner peace can inspire you to engage in more altruistic behaviors, benefiting those in need and creating a more compassionate community.


In essence, adopting an attitude of gratitude and finding inner peace can create an empowering cycle where your positive outlook and behavior influence those around you, leading to a more harmonious and interconnected world.

#prayforpeace  #attitudeofgratitude #servantleadership

Thank you for being part of my community!

Here’s my anniversary gift for you!

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