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Ashton Kutcher Practices Gratitude, From the Toilet

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By Nicholas Vrchoticky

When it comes to Hollywood, there has to be a lot of gratitude floating around. The rich and famous. The elite. The actors flaunting their fame and fortune. So, it's nice to hear an actor reveal that they actually practice their gratitude on a daily basis.

It's not surprising that Ashton Kutcher practices gratitude seeing as he's a quite popular actor with a long resume that includes everything from dramatic movies to sitcoms and charity. It's not surprising that he practices gratitude, but the unique way he practices it is definitely worth an eyebrow raise.

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Rise to fame


Kutcher first gained serious popularity with his role as Michael Kelso on That '70s Show. The show ran from 1998 to 2006 and had a huge following. From there, Kutcher would go on to host MTV's Punk'd and take on a role in Two and a Half Men. Most recently, Kutcher is known for playing Colt Bennet on The Ranch.

Proving he's not only a TV star, Kutcher would also star in feature comedies such as Dude, Where's My Car?, Just Married, and No Strings Attached. He's also acted in more serious roles like in The Butterfly Effect and The Guardian.

Practicing gratitude... from the toilet

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Kutcher revealed his gratitude practices on Dax Shepard's podcast, Armchair Expert, saying:

"I have my own little toilet stall in the house, and the back of the door, I have a chalkboard on it and it says, ‘Practice appreciation’ … And so every day when I’m taking my morning deuce, I can look at it and be like, ‘Practice appreciation,’ and it actually works where I walk out and I’m like, ‘This is just great.’ I start there and as I’m sitting on the thinker, I’m thinking of ways to practice appreciation."

He's a fan of long-term goals

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The diverse actor is more than his starring roles. Apparently, he's invested in a lot of startups, playing the long-term game. He co-founded A-Grade Investment and turned $30 million into $250 million in six years, investing in things like Uber, Skype, and Airbnb.

He talked about thinking in long-term goals on Dax's podcast, saying:

"I read this thing about Japanese companies and how they had century missions; they had goals that were for the century. I went, ‘Whoa, hold on. That’s like another level of thinking about your company."

Kutcher's net worth

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The list of things Kutcher has to be grateful for during his toilet gratitude sessions is extensive, but no doubt one of those things his family. Kutcher married Mila Kunis, his former That '70s Show co-star, in 2015. The pair went on to have two children, Wyatt and Dimitri.

Kutcher's business and acting ventures have brought him to a total net worth of around $200 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. With his Kunis' net worth sitting around $65 million, it's no wonder gratitude is a daily practice.

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