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The Gratitude Podcast™

Georgian Benta Shares Inspirational Stories About

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The Gratitude Podcast™
The Gratitude Podcast™

The Gratitude Podcast™

Georgian Benta Shares Inspirational Stories About

21
Followers
46
Plays
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Gratitude is the one thing that helped me most in my life from all the personal development and spiritual practices that I did and that’s why I want to inspire 100.000 people to discover how to feel grateful more often and live a happy life."It's not happiness that makes us grateful; it's gratefulness that makes us happy." - David Steindl-RastI do this by interviewing successful people and getting them to share fascinating stories about how gratitude has helped them get to where they are now. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/the-gratitude-podcast/support

Latest Episodes

What Does Gratitude Have To Do With Stress & Anxiety!? - Liza Kindred

There is a culturally accepted working hypothesis that there is something inherently wrong with each and every one us, and that we are morally obligated to constantly work toimprove ourselves. This might serve the wellness industrial complex, but it does not serve you, according to meditationteacherandsought-afterglobalkeynotespeaker, Liza Kindred. “You are not broken. You don’t need constant improvement to be a good human. You are not a project, you are a worthy and complete person. Without a doubt, many of us have past traumas or abuses to heal from. To be sure, virtually everyone can benefit from connecting to old wisdom and learning new toolsets. And certainly, many of us have made mistakes that we deeply regret. We feel hurt, we cause hurt, we suffer, and we flounder. But none of this means that we are broken;it means that we arehuman. We are messy and real and doing our best. And that is enough.” Kindred is author of EFF This! Meditation: 108 Tips, Tricks, and Ideas for Whe...

45 MIN2 d ago
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What Does Gratitude Have To Do With Stress & Anxiety!? - Liza Kindred

Grace, Gracias, Grazie

I love getting to the root of things and this includes words and language in general, so while being in Barcelona and saying "Gracias!" and walking a lot on the Passeig de Gracia, it got me thinking.Listen to the conclusions in the episode.Here's the link to my graceful invitation: http://georgianbenta.com/world-gratitude-summit

4 MIN1 w ago
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Grace, Gracias, Grazie

Creating Bridges Between Faiths With Gratitude - Ruth Broyde Sharone

Ruth Broyde Sharone: Filmmaker. Author. Journalist. And now — creator of INTERFAITH: The Musical.Honored internationally for her passionate interfaith activism and leadership, Ruth Broyde Sharone is the songwriter and lyricist of INTERFAITH: The Musical. All the songs on the album were written by Ruth, and arranged by the talented Kc Daugirdas.In recognition of her contributions to bridge-building, Ruth was inducted into the Martin Luther King Advisory Board of Morehouse College in 2013. In 2015 Ruth received a special commendation as an Interfaith Leader from Los Angeles Mayor, Eric Garcetti. Her interfaith memoir, MINEFIELDS & MIRACLES is a fascinating odyssey of her global interfaith adventures and misadventures. The book received three literary awards and more than 30 endorsements from prominent religious leaders, including H.H. the Dalai Lama, best-selling author Marianne Williamson, and founder of the Interfaith Youth Core, Eboo Patel.From 1993-2000, Ruth led multiple interfaith pilgrimages from Cairo to Sinai to Jerusalem, which were highlighted on CNN World News. In 2007 Ruth co-founded the Southern California Parliament of the World’s Religions (sccpwr.org) and has served as its Co-Chair for the last ten years. She is also a well-known correspondent for The Interfaith Observer.A popular public speaker, Ruth travels frequently to college campuses and community centers to present her interfaith programs and award-winning film, GOD AND ALLAH NEED TO TALK. Recently Ruth was invited to launch a new course called “Interfaith Activism and Beyond” for the Academy of Jewish Religion California (ajrca.org), a trans-denominational rabbinical and cantorial seminary.You can find her musical here: http://interfaiththemusical.com

59 MIN1 w ago
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Creating Bridges Between Faiths With Gratitude - Ruth Broyde Sharone

Keeping People Grateful & Motivated - Lisa Ryan

We're talking about the workplace mostly, but these ideas apply to all areas of our life in a very interesting way. Lisa Ryan from Grategy, is our guest today, she is a Keynote Speaker, Engagement and Retention Expert and a Culture Consultant.I've been reading her weekly Gratitude Thoughts for some years now and finally,​ we got together to talk about her vast experience with gratitude, especially in companies. You can get in touch with her here: http://lisaryanspeaks.com

31 MIN2 w ago
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Keeping People Grateful & Motivated - Lisa Ryan

Beating Cancer With Gratitude - Lori Marini

Lori Marini is a Pathologist Assistant working 20+ years in Oncology. In 2017, she was diagnosed with breast cancer and realized she wanted and needed to support other Cancer and Chronic Illness Warriors to live their best life post-treatment. For them to Live Courageously in the face of some awful circumstances. She started Loving Gypsy Soul Coaching and is now a certified Life Coach, Reiki practitioner and holistic living enthusiast. Breast cancer awareness month is a yearly campaign that intend educate people about the importance of early screening, test and more. This campaign starts on October 1 and ends on October 31 every year.You can get in touch with Lori, here: www.lovinggypsysoul.com

37 MIN2 w ago
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Beating Cancer With Gratitude - Lori Marini

For The Little Things - Jennifer Green

Jenn Green is August's Circle of Joy Award Winner, we had a short but wonderful chat about her experience with gratitude. You can find the 365 Gratitude App here: http://365gratitude.app/benta

18 MIN3 w ago
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For The Little Things - Jennifer Green

Living Life With A New Heart - Jim Stavis

Jim Stavis was the first person to ever survive a triple organ transplant. When he was 17, he was told he'd be lucky to live past his 50th birthday. At that time, he was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. Doctors expected him to be plagued by kidney and heart disease, blindness and amputation before succumbing to diabetes at a young age.He recently celebrated his 65th birthday.So what's the secret to his ability to grow a successful business (which at its peak was generating over $25 million) while raising a family and stay resilient in the face of incredible adversity?In his new book 'When Hope is Your Only Option' and award-winning documentary ' Source of Hope', Jim reveals the incredible secret to his survival.Get in touch with Jim, here: http://www.jimstavis.com/

42 MIN3 w ago
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Living Life With A New Heart - Jim Stavis

Gratitude Is A Muscle - Train It Every Day and See It Grow - Roman Mironov

Roman Mironov is a life coach who helps people overcome challenges and enjoy a more fulfilled life.Roman is a diligent student of gratitude.Not only did it help him overcome depression last year, but it also made his dream of living in North America come true.

37 MINSEP 25
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Gratitude Is A Muscle - Train It Every Day and See It Grow - Roman Mironov

Train Your Brain To Look For The Positive & Flood Your Body With The Happy Hormones - Stephanie Dalfonzo

Stephanie Dalfonzo speaker and author of "Goodbye Anxiety, Hello Freedom" has spent these last 20 years of her life learning about anxiety and she shares with us what she found out. She exudes so much positive energy and our conversation on gratitude turned this interview into an experience that will give you a powerful positive boost to jump start your week. Here's Stephanie's website: https://stephaniedalfonzo.com/

35 MINSEP 23
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Train Your Brain To Look For The Positive & Flood Your Body With The Happy Hormones - Stephanie Dalfonzo

Appreciating Men & The Appreciation We Seek At Work [Study] - Kristin Petrucci

Kristin Petrucci is a Transformational Speaker, Corporate Mental Wellness Expert, Positive Psychology Coach. Her main focus is to help men live victoriously. She does this through empowering men to live authentically and Educating them on how to get out of their heads and into their lives! Through simple strategies of mindfulness and gratitude.She's very excited to share with us her preliminary findings with her pilot study that launched in June. Find out what they are in our interview.If you want to participate in the study here's where you can do it: https://forms.gle/k5LFHPU6spBTYYpi9

27 MINSEP 16
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Appreciating Men & The Appreciation We Seek At Work [Study] - Kristin Petrucci

Latest Episodes

What Does Gratitude Have To Do With Stress & Anxiety!? - Liza Kindred

There is a culturally accepted working hypothesis that there is something inherently wrong with each and every one us, and that we are morally obligated to constantly work toimprove ourselves. This might serve the wellness industrial complex, but it does not serve you, according to meditationteacherandsought-afterglobalkeynotespeaker, Liza Kindred. “You are not broken. You don’t need constant improvement to be a good human. You are not a project, you are a worthy and complete person. Without a doubt, many of us have past traumas or abuses to heal from. To be sure, virtually everyone can benefit from connecting to old wisdom and learning new toolsets. And certainly, many of us have made mistakes that we deeply regret. We feel hurt, we cause hurt, we suffer, and we flounder. But none of this means that we are broken;it means that we arehuman. We are messy and real and doing our best. And that is enough.” Kindred is author of EFF This! Meditation: 108 Tips, Tricks, and Ideas for Whe...

45 MIN2 d ago
Comments
What Does Gratitude Have To Do With Stress & Anxiety!? - Liza Kindred

Grace, Gracias, Grazie

I love getting to the root of things and this includes words and language in general, so while being in Barcelona and saying "Gracias!" and walking a lot on the Passeig de Gracia, it got me thinking.Listen to the conclusions in the episode.Here's the link to my graceful invitation: http://georgianbenta.com/world-gratitude-summit

4 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Grace, Gracias, Grazie

Creating Bridges Between Faiths With Gratitude - Ruth Broyde Sharone

Ruth Broyde Sharone: Filmmaker. Author. Journalist. And now — creator of INTERFAITH: The Musical.Honored internationally for her passionate interfaith activism and leadership, Ruth Broyde Sharone is the songwriter and lyricist of INTERFAITH: The Musical. All the songs on the album were written by Ruth, and arranged by the talented Kc Daugirdas.In recognition of her contributions to bridge-building, Ruth was inducted into the Martin Luther King Advisory Board of Morehouse College in 2013. In 2015 Ruth received a special commendation as an Interfaith Leader from Los Angeles Mayor, Eric Garcetti. Her interfaith memoir, MINEFIELDS & MIRACLES is a fascinating odyssey of her global interfaith adventures and misadventures. The book received three literary awards and more than 30 endorsements from prominent religious leaders, including H.H. the Dalai Lama, best-selling author Marianne Williamson, and founder of the Interfaith Youth Core, Eboo Patel.From 1993-2000, Ruth led multiple interfaith pilgrimages from Cairo to Sinai to Jerusalem, which were highlighted on CNN World News. In 2007 Ruth co-founded the Southern California Parliament of the World’s Religions (sccpwr.org) and has served as its Co-Chair for the last ten years. She is also a well-known correspondent for The Interfaith Observer.A popular public speaker, Ruth travels frequently to college campuses and community centers to present her interfaith programs and award-winning film, GOD AND ALLAH NEED TO TALK. Recently Ruth was invited to launch a new course called “Interfaith Activism and Beyond” for the Academy of Jewish Religion California (ajrca.org), a trans-denominational rabbinical and cantorial seminary.You can find her musical here: http://interfaiththemusical.com

59 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Creating Bridges Between Faiths With Gratitude - Ruth Broyde Sharone

Keeping People Grateful & Motivated - Lisa Ryan

We're talking about the workplace mostly, but these ideas apply to all areas of our life in a very interesting way. Lisa Ryan from Grategy, is our guest today, she is a Keynote Speaker, Engagement and Retention Expert and a Culture Consultant.I've been reading her weekly Gratitude Thoughts for some years now and finally,​ we got together to talk about her vast experience with gratitude, especially in companies. You can get in touch with her here: http://lisaryanspeaks.com

31 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Keeping People Grateful & Motivated - Lisa Ryan

Beating Cancer With Gratitude - Lori Marini

Lori Marini is a Pathologist Assistant working 20+ years in Oncology. In 2017, she was diagnosed with breast cancer and realized she wanted and needed to support other Cancer and Chronic Illness Warriors to live their best life post-treatment. For them to Live Courageously in the face of some awful circumstances. She started Loving Gypsy Soul Coaching and is now a certified Life Coach, Reiki practitioner and holistic living enthusiast. Breast cancer awareness month is a yearly campaign that intend educate people about the importance of early screening, test and more. This campaign starts on October 1 and ends on October 31 every year.You can get in touch with Lori, here: www.lovinggypsysoul.com

37 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Beating Cancer With Gratitude - Lori Marini

For The Little Things - Jennifer Green

Jenn Green is August's Circle of Joy Award Winner, we had a short but wonderful chat about her experience with gratitude. You can find the 365 Gratitude App here: http://365gratitude.app/benta

18 MIN3 w ago
Comments
For The Little Things - Jennifer Green

Living Life With A New Heart - Jim Stavis

Jim Stavis was the first person to ever survive a triple organ transplant. When he was 17, he was told he'd be lucky to live past his 50th birthday. At that time, he was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. Doctors expected him to be plagued by kidney and heart disease, blindness and amputation before succumbing to diabetes at a young age.He recently celebrated his 65th birthday.So what's the secret to his ability to grow a successful business (which at its peak was generating over $25 million) while raising a family and stay resilient in the face of incredible adversity?In his new book 'When Hope is Your Only Option' and award-winning documentary ' Source of Hope', Jim reveals the incredible secret to his survival.Get in touch with Jim, here: http://www.jimstavis.com/

42 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Living Life With A New Heart - Jim Stavis

Gratitude Is A Muscle - Train It Every Day and See It Grow - Roman Mironov

Roman Mironov is a life coach who helps people overcome challenges and enjoy a more fulfilled life.Roman is a diligent student of gratitude.Not only did it help him overcome depression last year, but it also made his dream of living in North America come true.

37 MINSEP 25
Comments
Gratitude Is A Muscle - Train It Every Day and See It Grow - Roman Mironov

Train Your Brain To Look For The Positive & Flood Your Body With The Happy Hormones - Stephanie Dalfonzo

Stephanie Dalfonzo speaker and author of "Goodbye Anxiety, Hello Freedom" has spent these last 20 years of her life learning about anxiety and she shares with us what she found out. She exudes so much positive energy and our conversation on gratitude turned this interview into an experience that will give you a powerful positive boost to jump start your week. Here's Stephanie's website: https://stephaniedalfonzo.com/

35 MINSEP 23
Comments
Train Your Brain To Look For The Positive & Flood Your Body With The Happy Hormones - Stephanie Dalfonzo

Appreciating Men & The Appreciation We Seek At Work [Study] - Kristin Petrucci

Kristin Petrucci is a Transformational Speaker, Corporate Mental Wellness Expert, Positive Psychology Coach. Her main focus is to help men live victoriously. She does this through empowering men to live authentically and Educating them on how to get out of their heads and into their lives! Through simple strategies of mindfulness and gratitude.She's very excited to share with us her preliminary findings with her pilot study that launched in June. Find out what they are in our interview.If you want to participate in the study here's where you can do it: https://forms.gle/k5LFHPU6spBTYYpi9

27 MINSEP 16
Comments
Appreciating Men & The Appreciation We Seek At Work [Study] - Kristin Petrucci