Focus on Gratitude to Rewire Your Brain & Feel Better

Gratitude is defined as “the quality or feeling of being grateful or thankful.”

We can feel grateful for little things to big things as size or scale doesn’t matter when it comes to gratitude – it’s about how it makes us feel more positive and uplifted.

When we’re aware of the things in our life we’re grateful for and acknowledge them regularly, we can rewire our brain in ways that positively impact our level of happiness and improve our overall wellbeing.

In this short video, I share 2 ways our brains rewire and change for the better when we practice gratitude. This video is also posted on my LinkedIn profile at



Jennell Evans, MA, CMMI
Co-founder, Strategic Interactions, Inc.

Jennell is Co-founder of Strategic Interactions, Inc., an award-winning leadership development firm that’s been featured on 60 Minutes and in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, and the New York Times.

She is passionate about working with healthcare leaders to advance their emotional intelligence and mindfulness skills, so they can prevent burnout, better manage stress, enhance patient care, and focus on the well-being of staff members, while simultaneously integrating major changes within their organizations.

Having these skills enables healthcare leaders to succeed with compassion and empathy, while being fully present and laser-focused on what matters most.

Connect with her on LinkedIn.

Jennell Evans, MA, CMMI

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