Episode 2: Change Your Life with GCI: Gratitude, Celebration & Intention

Rewire your brain with this GCI Practice

Are you feeling overwhelmed by the daily grind? It can be so hard to stay grounded and hopeful in the midst of the daily hustle. That’s why I’m so excited to share with you my GCI practice: Gratitude, Celebration, and Intention. This practice has been a game changer for me and my clients, helping us rewire our brains to focus on the positive, celebrate our wins, and take back the driver’s seat of our lives. In this article, I’m going to explain the practice, where it came from, and how to implement it into your own life. So if you’re ready to take the next step in creating an extraordinary life that you love, read on!

Here are the steps you need to follow to also get extraordinary life:

1. Gratitude

2. Celebration

3. Intention

1. Gratitude

Gratitude is a practice that has been around for a long time and is gaining in popularity. It can have many positive effects on our life, from improving sleep to reducing stress to helping us emotionally regulate. I suggest having a daily practice of gratitude, celebrating our wins and successes, and setting intentions for the day, which I call GCI for short. 

2. Celebration

Celebration is an important part of the GCI practice and helps to build self-confidence, recognize wins, and acknowledge yourself. I like to call it celebration, but it can be thought of as positive “brag” or something that you are proud of. This practice encourages us to pause and really recognize and celebrate our wins in order to help build our confidence and not be so consumed with perfectionism.

3. Intention

Intention is the third step in the GCI practice. This practice is designed to help people take charge of their lives and refocus on the present instead of worrying about the past or future. Intention can be used to create a more conscious and intentional approach to life and help create a life that you love. 

To implement this practice, it is best to establish a daily routine. This could look like journaling while drinking your morning coffee, texting a friend, or setting up reminders on your phone. To make it easier, it can be helpful to Habit Stack with something you already do, such as drinking your morning coffee. You can also enlist the help of an accountability buddy to remind you to practice GCI. It can also be helpful to have a physical reminder, such as a sticky note or whiteboard in a place you will see it throughout the day. By taking the time to practice GCI daily, you can rewire your brain and start to take control of your life.

This article has highlighted the importance of the GCI practice: Gratitude, Celebration, and Intention. This practice can help us pause and reflect, as well as put us back in the driver’s seat of our life. Through habit stacking, setting up systems and processes, and having a physical reminder, we can easily implement this practice into our daily lives. With consistency, we can start to rewire our brains and create an extraordinary life that we love. So take the next step and start practicing GCI today- you’re capable of creating the life you desire!

I’d love to hear how you apply GCI Daily Practice to get an extraordinary life. Leave me a comment on how it went for you or drop any questions you want me to answer!


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