Finding Gratitude through Chocolate

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Gratitude ~ the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness

 

We talk a lot about gratitude in the month of November. We all try to make an extra effort to count our blessings, do for others and pay closer attention to all that we have. It’s important to make this effort in every day life, and we’ve found at Chocology that it is especially important to practice gratitude in our day-to-day business dealings.

Having a gratitude practice can paint a new picture on a chaotic day. Starting and running a business can bring challenges that aren’t expected at times. When we make it a point to shift our focus to what is working, rather that what is challenging, it feels as though we are swimming with the flow of life. By integrating an attitude of gratitude into our business practices, we make better decisions, even in the chaos of a challenging day.

Focusing on gratitude grounds Chocology and keeps us zeroed in on giving. When we feel abundant, we feel as though we have lots to give. Our focus becomes about giving good service, good quality products and building strong relationships. We don’t have time to dwell on the things that don’t go our way, because we know that there is always another door up there on the horizon just waiting for us to walk through it. When we appreciate all of the good things that are happening, it seems to bring us even more.

Chocology prides itself on making chocolate personal. Our vision is RED, putting our focus on Relationships, Education and Distinct products. All of these qualities arise from the gratitude we have for our customers and vendors. While the bottom line is important, when we put our focus on giving, the bottom line takes care of itself.

We operate Chocology just as we operate our personal lives. We start our day with gratitude for our customers, our readers and all of our vendors and products. Our purpose is to bring great products and education to all that desire it and to appreciate every step we take to get there.

We thought it might be nice to share some of the things that Chocology is very grateful for this month. We hope that it will inspire you to stop for a moment and think about what you are grateful for. Being thankful is the first step to creating a brand new day filled with all of our hearts desires. It really does begin with perspective. Let’s cultivate an attitude of gratitude together this month.

Chocology is especially grateful for:

YOU our customers and readers

For the opportunity to share our love for all things chocolate

For all of our outstanding vendors, technical people and associates who help us make Chocology a company we are proud of

For our new Fat Ass Fudge products (We know you’re going to love them!)

For the potential to bring education to kids through Chocology Kids

For all of our pet friends out there and the opportunity to develop products that they will enjoy in the future

For all of our family and friends, who support us on this lovely chocolate adventure

We truly are thankful for the opportunity to share our passion with you. Thank you for being a part of our Chocology family. We wish you and yours a very happy Thanksgiving.

We would love to hear what you are thankful for this month. Feel free to leave us a comment, visit us on Facebook or tweet us your gratitude list.

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One Response to Finding Gratitude through Chocolate

  1. Vinny Grette says:

    I’m grateful for cocoa, the healthiest of chocolate. Thanks for reminding me what to be thankful for :). I’m posting my favorite cocoa recipe tomorrow, with a twist 🙂

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