Someone takes their life every 40 seconds, according to the World Health Organization. That’s about 800,000 people worldwide in a year. Research has shown that suicide is the leading cause of death for people aged 15 to 29 and for every suicide that results in death, there are as many as 40 attempted suicides that didn’t. On the other hand, several research findings show that grateful individuals are not suicidal. It is true that genuine gratitude can bring unbelievable things in life. Now, gratitude is taking anyone to the top of the world and Gratitude Power LLC is poised to make that happen for a grateful few.
Gratitude Power LLC is announcing its Gratitude Contest 2022 which will take winners on a free trip to Mount Everest. The New York-based company kicked off this contest by awarding a free trip to the viral Burger King employee, Kevin Ford who never missed a day at his work for 27 years. Members of the public are also invited to take part in the iconic contest.
The cost to join the contest is $25 and comes with:
– a form of gratitude-questions to fill out, and possibly win the contest,
– a best-selling book about gratitude (kindle version),
– a free pass to join a live Zoom-session named ‘Gratitude Pause’ daily to practice and create the firm attitude of gratitude,
– daily support and reminder to practice gratitude via email, and text till September.
Gratitude Power LLC plans to announce two winners on the 10th of September which is World Suicide Prevention Day and take them to Mount Everest on the 21st of September which happens to be World Gratitude Day. Kevin Ford will also be part of the trip.
About the company
Gratitude Power LLC is a company dedicated to shine the light of gratitude so bright that nobody will be able to ignore it to apply in their life. Abhit Pyakurel, the creator and chief gratitude officer, is a long-time meditation teacher, life coach and personality developer. He has extensive background and experience in motivating, inspiring, leading, and coaching people to be the best version of themselves for over 25 years.
Please visit www.gratitudepower.org and its YouTube channel to learn more about the contest.