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I am filled with gratitude for the people who have supported me on my journey to becoming a processor and launching my own business. In particular, I want to recognize the late Alan C. Walter, the founder of Knowledgism and The Advanced Coaching & Leadership Center (ACLC), also known as "The Ranch" in Saint Jo, Texas. His teachings and contributions to this field continue to be relevant and impactful.

I am also grateful for my processor, Dr. Jeff Crippen, who came into my life at just the right time and has helped me recover so much life force and solve my self-created problems. He introduced me to the practice of gratitude, which has been transformational for me. Additionally, I am grateful for my mentor, Ceil Stanford, who has carried on Alan's work and continues to share this amazing technology with the world.

I am grateful for the community at ACLC and the support they have provided me. It is true that we are not meant to go through life alone, and having a community of peers to share wins, co-process, and support each other's goals and dreams is invaluable.

I am also grateful for the impact that Alan Walter's book, "Secrets," has had on my life. It was picking up this book at a business conference in 2014 that set me on my current path. I am forever changed for the better and hope to be able to impact and change other people's lives as well.

The practice of gratitude is the act of expressing and showing thankfulness and appreciation for the things that you have received in life. This can include things like being grateful for the food on your table, the people in your life, or the experiences and opportunities that you have been given. Expressing gratitude is a positive emotion that improves mental health and well-being, and many successful people practice gratitude as a regular part of their lives. This can be done through keeping a gratitude journal, sharing your gratitude with others, or simply taking time to reflect on the things that you are thankful for.

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