Developing A Mindset Of Gratitude
with Eric Slaugh
a Bent On Better series
“If you want the final product, you have to want the process to get there.”
In episode 007 of the Bent on Better podcast, where better means becoming the best youin health, fitness, and overall wellness, my guest is Eric Slaugh. In this episode we discuss developing a mindset of gratitude.
Eric grew up in West Chester, Pennsylvania and currently lives in Provo, Utah where he is studying advertising, business management and computer science at BYU. Eric also has a passion for music and has played in several rock bands growing up, he is currently the front man for the band Coma Pilot.
Eric’s other focus is working as a certified personal trainer and is currently helping a collective of 40 people to improve their lives.
Eric is truly Bent On Better.
Some take-away points we discuss in this episode:
1. Everything you’re doing is leading you to where you are going.
2. Move your focus from being on what we don’t have but rather on what we can give.
3. Any goal you set for yourself is accomplishable.
4. Who you surround yourself with is who you will become.
Eric’s final thought, “you can’t spread sunshine to others and keep it from yourself.”
Resources mentioned on the show:
Eric’s book recommendation: Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell
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Huge thanks to my guest, Eric Slaugh, for joining me this week for another great episode. I’m excited for the next one. But until next time, remember, even though you may be content with your current situation, there is always room to be better. Now it’s time to become the best you.