Ever heard the “Gratitude is the Attitude!” New Age mantra? Or how about, “Be grateful for what you have”? With gems like that gratitude sounds either like a luxury of the rich or like meaningless gibberish to most people, since we can all have plenty to complain about. Being grateful doesn’t mean settling for less. Yet the recurrent theme of gratefulness could have something more fundamental and useful at its core. How can something as intangible as gratitude, gratefulness, appreciation, contentment, and satisfaction be a useful, powerful tool we can use in everyday life? To find out please join our hosts, Jon and Stephen, this Saturday, May 9, 2015, as they discuss using the power of gratitude to improve our lives and the life of others.