Don Elgin

Gratitude

Born without the below half of his left leg, Don learnt early in life being grateful for the one good leg he has along with a positive attitude would help him get far more from each day.

Practicing gratitude is reminding yourself to be thankful for what you have and the willingness to show appreciation and to return kindness.

Don’s light hearted story telling gives his audiences the skills to improve their gratitude when he takes a closer look at the start of his day, he reminds himself to be grateful and to start the day off on the right foot, (made a lot easier because he doesn’t have a left foot). 

Don is living proof practicing gratitude is for everyone everyday.

How Gratitude can make a difference

Practicing gratitude daily means you have the power to appreciate the ordinary and mundane things of everyday life. 

By practising being grateful for all that we have we learn to develop a greater appreciation for all things. This is not only useful for our view of materialistic things but extraordinarily beneficial in strengthening relationships with people. When we focus on someone’s contribution we begin to see the real worth of a person and in turn we give them power and help them grow.

Book Don for your next function

Looking for a speaker that can help people understand gratitude? Don speaks at schools and businesses around Australia. Get in touch for more information about pricing and availability.