I am honored to announce a new book, Stepping into Gratitude. The book is a collection of stories from nine authors compiled by Lisa Condon, CEO of Lisa Condon Enterprises (LCE). The book is anticipated to be released as an eBook on Amazon on November 8, 2023, with hard copies available toward year-end. The other contributors are Kari Ainsworth, Lisa Condon, Nicole DeFeo, Wendy Farrell, Laura Glotzbach, Dr. Mary Meduna-Gross, Greg Orth, and Michelle Slaney-Trovato.
I believe in sharing your story. It’s crucial for others to know they are not alone in enduring difficulty. Depression and anxiety are prevalent, and we need to be transparent to remove the stigma. I apply a maverick attitude to my work with the goal of standing proud in your truth because there are lessons to share that help others. Gratitude has helped me learn to rest – not quit.
Condon founded LCE, a company that sparks inspiration, innovation, and collaboration through gratitude. Combining her love of creativity and her passion for process, Condon is the founder and creator of GRATITUDE, a proprietary program designed to spark change. A motivational speaker, Condon uses a combination of theory and practices from the Project Management Institute, Six Sigma, SCRUM, EQi, and Appreciative Inquiry. She is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt, SCRUM Master, Certified Scrum Product Owner, and PMP.
“This book is about planting the seeds of gratitude. Gratitude has transformed my life, and I knew there were others out there who have experienced the same. This project is about bringing their stories together to inspire others,” says Condon.
Condon works with individuals one-on-one to help define their values, spark inspiration, and plan the path to their fire. She works with her clients closely every step of the way to celebrate this exciting and transformational time of discovery. Condon considers her work the beginning of a continual progression of bringing gratitude to life in new ways.
Science has proven that gratitude lights up new synapses with continual practice. According to the Mayo Clinic, expressing gratitude is associated with a host of mental and physical benefits. Studies have shown that feeling thankful can improve sleep, mood, and immunity. Gratitude can decrease depression, anxiety, difficulties with chronic pain, and risk of disease.
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