Caleb and Riley are joined by John Kralik, author of “365 Thank Yous, the Year a Simple Act of Daily Gratitude Changed My Life”. The book that tells the story of how John wrote 365 thank-you notes to people he encountered in his everyday life over the course of a year.

John was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and attended the University of Michigan, from which he received a B.A. (1975) and then a J.D. (1979). After that, John practiced law in Los Angeles for 30 years. In September 2009, John was appointed by Governor Schwarzenegger to be a Judge of the Los Angeles Superior Court.

In this episode we are going to discover this intersection between gratitude and retirement, and how living life in this way, can shape a fulfilling post-career life for you.

Learn more about:

  • The transformative power of simple acts, and how writing just one thank-you note a day can profoundly change your life.
  • The art of expressing gratitude through thank-you notes and what distinguishes a heartfelt message from a generic one.
  • The profound intersection of gratitude and retirement, and how these two concepts can shape a fulfilling post-career life.

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