16 episodes

“Working Gratitude” launched in 2012 to stimulate dialogue and conversation about research based best practices of gratitude in the workplace and ways that gratefulness is expressed via philanthropy. These brief interviews with successful leaders from a variety of professional environments will encourage and inspire you and give you ideas about how you can start “Working Gratitude.”

Working Gratitude - Real people. Real gratitude at work. Darin Hollingsworth

    • Business
    • 4.8, 11 Ratings

“Working Gratitude” launched in 2012 to stimulate dialogue and conversation about research based best practices of gratitude in the workplace and ways that gratefulness is expressed via philanthropy. These brief interviews with successful leaders from a variety of professional environments will encourage and inspire you and give you ideas about how you can start “Working Gratitude.”

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
11 Ratings
11 Ratings
Aww2288 ,

A must listen!

Darin is truly an Ambassador of Gratitude! Not only does Darin’s authenticity and integrity shine through each episode but I live hearing the unique stories of how individuals have brought a sense of thankfulness into their personal and professional lives. I love Darin’s words about the “blended life” and reminding us that it’s not about surviving but thriving. Truly an inspirational podcast. Keep them coming Darin! #WorkingGratitude

D'leau ,

Darin Hollingsworth shows us how to give back

What I love about this podcast is Darin puts his heart into it and has interesting guests, who give amazing examples of how they have a thriving business, but manage to give back to the organizations and the community that surrounds them. The examples from his April 22nd show with David Oliphant, made me stop and think about non profits that are close to my heart and how I can give more of my time and expertise, to help them out. Great Podcast Darin, keep up the good work!

Gina Dapples ,

Superb & Authentic

This podcast and its host could not be more inspiring with a strong motivation be good to yourself and your community. Darin’s extensive knowledge about gratitude with his grasp of research and best practice makes him the ideal person to lead and guide these discussions. If you can invest the time it’s absolutely worth it. Darin, thank you for making your piece of the world and your contribution to it so positive and meaningful, and for creating space for openness and gratitude.

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