Power Pause - The Power of Perspective
100+ scientific studies provide the proof. We provide the plan.
"Every action you take, useful or not, is based on a decision you make. Gratitude is proven to optimise your decision making process. Thats why the scientists call it a power habit."
How It Works
Reframe, Refocus & Recharge daily.
See. Do. Put into action; We have reviewed the studies, read the books, tested the methods. All of this has been distilled down into the most effective actions.
- 12 'Nudges' over 20 days. Behavioural science has guided us; Each Nudge is one action per day. Easy to do. Easy to benefit from.
Learn how to apply gratitude techniques to your most common triggers.
Apply gratitude to nurture the relationships which are most important to you.
Create a mini daily routine to practice daily wins and buffer you from the stress of everyday day work and family life.
Understand how increased gratitude leads to improved sleep, stronger immune system and regular exercise.
A special Power Pause Notepad. Real life visual cues keep habits strong.
The power habit. Find the perspective which empowers the most effective action.
+ Bonus Actions Especially for Christmas:
How to manage difficult family relationships
How to protect time for you in a busy Christmas schedule
Make present buying easier - the decision making checklist
Power Pause Notepad - Worth £10
Rewiring your brain with gratitude is proven to bring these benefits:
Reframe self blame quickly to let go of difficult thoughts
Recharge self confidence and self esteem
See the bigger picture - crystal clear clarity of perspective
Commit to actions that lead to better sleep and more frequent exercise
Be more organised - spend your time on the stuff that really matters to you and those you care about
Dr Robert Emmons, the world's leading scientific expert on gratitude:
" Research on emotion shows that positive emotions wear off quickly. Our emotional systems like newness. They like novelty. They like change. We adapt to positive life circumstances so that before too long, the new car, the new spouse, the new house—they don’t feel so new and exciting anymore.
But gratitude makes us appreciate the value of something, and when we appreciate the value of something, we extract more benefits from it; we’re less likely to take it for granted.
In effect, I think gratitude allows us to participate more in life. We notice the positives more, and that magnifies the pleasures you get from life. Instead of adapting to goodness, we celebrate goodness. We spend so much time watching things—movies, computer screens, sports—but with gratitude we become greater participants in our lives as opposed to spectators."