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Gratitude As a Tool for Change

When the world effectively shut-down at the start of the pandemic and things felt off-kilter and untethered, we (the collective we at Status Go) felt everyone might need something to help ground them – a bit of a compass. Dave Linn, Co-Founder and COO of The Generosity Series (also known as “The Gratitude Dude”), came on the show and discussed how to use gratitude as a tool to thrive in the unprecedented times we found ourselves in.  Not that we need yet another reminder of how long this pandemic has been going, but that was episode 57 and this is episode 130.  We’ve all been oscillating between thriving and surviving much longer than any of us could have possibly predicted. And it is taking a toll.  What better time to double down on this gratitude thing.  Listen now as we deep dive into creating a functional, effective gratitude practice.

Discussed in this episode:

Dave is launching a 24 hour live Global Gratitude stream September 1-2, 2021.  Find out more here.

5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace 

Steve Foran – The Grateful CEO

 

 

Dave Linn “The Gratitude Dude” is business leader, entrepreneur, and a college & grad school professor, who doesn’t just “believe” that ordinary people can change the world, he KNOWS it. As co-founder and COO of The Generosity Series, he has helped 140+ Charity Partners raise more than $12M for mission. As Chief Purpose Officer of Advantages, an Inc. 500 global branding and marketing firm, he focuses on guiding business leaders to uncover, identify with, and lead from their personal and communal strengths, values and purpose.

 

A husband, father, grandfather, educator, nonprofit board member, creator, purveyor & recycler of corny-jokes, and beer & coffee snob, Dave’s Gratitude Works(hops) transform lives and business cultures. Dave is a Certified Facilitator of the 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace, and holds Professional Certificates in The Science of Happiness and The Foundations of Happiness at Work from UC Berkeley. His Personal Purpose statement is: To give to and share with others so that, together, we’re greater than our biggest challenges.

Dave believes, business is personal.  He facilitates the Congruense quarterly, “Un-Confernece” and on-site workshops to educate and guide current and aspiring business leaders to become better by cultivating soft skills, including gratitude, wellness and self-awareness.