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Celebrate success. Tuesday December 8, 2015

As my own biggest critic in life I find it heart warming to watch my niece congratulate herself on every single one of her small triumphs.

Every time she achieves anything, big or small, she claps herself. She understands from the encouragement she receives that she has achieved something worth celebrating.

I take two things from this...

1. We must remember how important it is to acknowledge the success of others and remind them to celebrate it. Also we should celebrate with them.

2. We must all remember to celebrate our own successes and congratulate ourselves for all our triumphs, big or small.

My niece's resolve is unstoppable, she never berates herself. She just keeps going until she succeeds. My 18 month old inspiration! She hasn't learned the man made concept of failure yet, I hope it stays that way for as long as possible!

Try celebrating some success :)

Sandy
A Moodscope member.

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