The Surprising Impact on Your Own Success


Why Acknowledging Others Is The Key to Embracing Opportunities


It’s that time of year when things start to get a little hectic. We’re all juggling a million different things, trying to keep up with everything on our to-do lists, and sometimes the last thing on our minds is taking the time to acknowledge one another.

But what if I told you that making acknowledging one another a priority could actually be the key to igniting a spark within yourself to become the difference maker you were meant to be, without fear of rejection or having to spend a lot of time you don’t have?

Sounds pretty good, right?

Well, here are the top 7 reasons why we MUST make acknowledging one another a priority and daily practice:



Let’s break it down:

1. To Celebrate connection, successes, authentically:
When we take the time to acknowledge one another, we not only strengthen our connections with those around us, but we also celebrate their successes in a genuine and meaningful way.

2. To learn how to “find the words to express acknowledgment” is a success:
Acknowledging others is a success in itself. It means that you are able to see something great in someone else because that greatness exists within you too. So, in a way, when you acknowledge someone, you’re also acknowledging yourself.

3. To practice “doing what’s in front of us to do.” Embracing opportunities:
Taking the time to acknowledge someone is often a simple task that is right in front of us. By embracing these opportunities, we can make a meaningful impact on the people around us.

4. You cannot ever know just how much that person may in fact need your acknowledgment:
Sometimes, a small acknowledgment can mean the world to someone. You never know how much of an impact your kind words can have on someone else.  It’s all about the Power of One!

5. “It will lose its importance or impact” is like saying Chocolate is never enjoyed if eaten daily:
Acknowledging others on a regular basis doesn’t diminish its importance. In fact, it can have an even greater impact over time as it becomes a consistent part of your interactions with others.

6. Learn to face our fears; no ONE can reject or abandon you except for yourself:
The fear of rejection can hold us back from acknowledging others, but we need to remember that rejection is a reflection of the other person, not of ourselves. So, don’t let the fear of rejection stop you from making a difference.

7. You don’t have to “belong” to their clique to make a difference:
Acknowledging others doesn’t require you to be a part of their inner circle. All it takes is a genuine desire to make a difference, one acknowledgment at a time.


So, there you have it!

Let’s make a commitment to acknowledging one another and igniting that spark within ourselves to become the difference makers we were meant to be.

It doesn’t have to take a lot of time or effort, but the impact it can have is immeasurable.

Today’s 30 Second TurnAround is this:  Get out there! 

Celebrate connection, successes, and authenticity,
one acknowledgment at a time. 

Cheers to making a difference!

Reaching out …

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