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In 2020, What Are We Grateful For?

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Thanksgiving is this Thursday. What is your Thanksgiving going to look like? 

This hour, we focus on gratitude. Despite this chaotic, hard year, we want to know what you’re thankful for this year. Coming up, we talk about how we can all practice being a little bit more grateful, even during a pandemic.

Where We Live - today, we really want to hear from you! Tell us what you are grateful for this year. Is it your family and friends? Our healthcare workers or even just being able video chat with those we love, even when we are social distancing?  Call us at 888-720-9677.


  • Janice Kaplan - author of The Gratitude Diaries and Host of The Gratitude Diaries podcast
  • Adrian Gostick -  coauthor of Leading with Gratitude and cofounder of The Culture Works
  • Chester Elton - coauthor of Leading with Gratitude and cofounder of The Culture Works
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