Celebrate small wins, as these are crucial to success.  While bigger achievements may be seen as extraordinary, even tiny advancements are important.  Read my article for ideas on duly rejoicing.

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Celebrate success

Whatever it is that you’ve worked hard for, is great!  Pat yourself on the back.  Congratulate and applaud, as you deserve it all.  No matter how simple or teeny weeny your gain is, it’s a hearty accomplishment.

I’m a solopreneur and blogger, setting both bite-sized and bigger goals.  Operating from my home office, I hold myself accountable.  Being irresponsible is a no-no, and I manage my agenda for the better.

There are days when things run smoothly.  Other times, the journey may be a bit bumpy.  At the extreme, there are days of struggle as well.  After all the thick and thin, do take the time to rejoice, deservingly.

How to celebrate

How to celebrate small wins?  The best ways can be different from person to person.  However, it’s the perceived value of the honor that counts.  

Some ideas are relevant to personal and others, to professional life.  Certain can be performed all alone, while others, in a group.  You can even find suggestions if you don’t want to spend much at all.

Get started with my list for your inspiration:

At the individual level

  • Treat yourself to your special cake.  This is my favorite.  For every leap forward in my blogging journey, I enjoy a simple pleasure.  Some interesting pastries and hot chocolate or coffee reward me.
  • Listen to your favorite music.  It brightens up your day at any time.  It’s inexpensive, maybe even free.
  • Buy yourself a new outfit.  Choose a style and color that strikes the eye.  Dress up to feel your best.
  • Treat yourself at the spa.  Have a manicure, pedicure, or facial.  Relaxing aromatherapy scents, sauna, and a hammam are all great.  If on a budget, you can set a similar atmosphere at home and soak yourself in a warm bubble bath.
  • Read an interesting book.  How about revisiting your preferred fiction story?  What did you read 10 years ago that was intriguing?
  • Watch an interesting movie.  Keep your phone away.  Give your full concentration to the story.
  • Have dinner on the terrace, patio, or balcony.  Feel a change.  It’s a different place, even though at home. 
  • Take a nature hike.  Just by walking in my lovely garden, I feel a significant difference.  Nature always brings serenity, and I love taking photos and making videos for social media.

With family and friends

  • Cook a special menu at home.  Make it fun by having others join in.  Go out of the ordinary, and plan for new recipes.
  • Get together with pals.  Meet in person if possible, or host a virtual party.  This is a great moment when you’re all connected to a recent triumph in some way.   
  • Send gift cards or see what’s on someone’s wishlist.  This allows the person to get something of their choice.  Avoid wasting money on items that they might not need, and never use.
  • Take a vacation to rejoice.  Traveling is a wonderful change.  Take a well-deserved break to recharge.
  • Bring the kids to a playground.  After an exam, they deserve to unwind.  Sometimes, they might not score as much as expected, but encourage them for the next time.
  • With your spouse or sweetheart, you may have some common projects.  From time to time, do rejoice in the tiny signs of progress.  A weekly or monthly dinner out can be a better occasion for quality time.
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Applaud your professional team 

  • Have an event.  It may be an informal get-together or a more formal one.  In the post-lockdown period in many countries, such gatherings are now possible.  Being careful is always needed as well.
  • To reward your team, or yourself at the individual level, develop better skills.  Take a course that will propel your talents.  This is a terrific strategy that supports achieving set goals as well.
  • Go for a team-building retreat.  It helps to improve synergy when members have fun together.  It can boost morale as well.
  • Organize a treasure hunt.  Get into teams and play.  It’s interesting and helps to know colleagues in a different environment.
  • Provide access to online yoga classes.  It’s vital for self-care.  Meditating can improve focus and thus, better productivity as well.
  • If you’re a solopreneur and/or a blogger like me, then you might be spending most of your time alone.  My home office is a special place, conducive to productivity.  However, many of my peers network online.  If it’s the same in your case, be creative about how you can feast.

Examples of wins at work

There are many reasons to give a pat on the back, be it to yourself or your squad.  It all depends on the type of organization, size, industry, and more.  It also depends on the type of goals.  However, recognizing the modest progress does pay off.

If you’re the boss, then showing recognition can support and improve the morale of subordinates.  You can’t throw a party all the time.  However, even acknowledging progress is often encouraging to others.    

Little victories

Tiny achievements are also important.  These are like milestones that lead to a bigger success.  Without such little advancements, there could be no growth at all.  

Small progress is still progress

Never underestimate the value or importance of bite-sized betterments.  These incremental developments add up to a vision and bigger success.  Whenever you reach an aim, do congratulate yourself and others for it.  

Be it in personal or professional life, it’s crucial to work on set objectives.  Find ways to rejoice and move forward.  Through self-motivation, take up new challenges and persevere.

Conclusion

Recognizing incremental efforts and results is vital.  Be it for your own or those of others, show admiration.  If my article has helped you, please comment and share it.  How else do you celebrate small wins?

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