Celebrate the Little Victories Today

Your best memories…

Most involve a celebration.  Right?

People look forward to celebrating.  It has the power to motivate, uplift spirits, and create treasured memories.

So why don’t we do it more?  Why wait for big things to celebrate?

The greatest leaders I know remember to celebrate the little victories in their organization.  A successful sales call, new team member, or positive feedback from a client are all great reasons to buy lunch, grab drinks, or simply make an announcement.

It’s a simple way to keep your team happy, motivated, and loyal without hurting your budget with new raises, bonuses, or fringe benefits.

Who wants to leave a team that creates positive memories?

No one.

Regardless of who you’re leading (even yourself), remember to celebrate the little things today.

Have a celebration tonight,

Aaron@Biebert

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Published by Aaron Biebert

I'm a director, film/video exec producer, leader & 8pm Warrior. I am passionately chasing my goals at all times. I'm listening. Let's talk!

4 comments on “Celebrate the Little Victories Today”

  1. Excellent advice Aaron…I need to be more mindful of that in my business…I do, however, celebrate even the littlest things in my personal life. Last night glasses were raised to celebrate my daughter’s first day in her new career as a nurse that begins today! I so agree with you that life needs to be celebrated more…no matter what the occasion!

    1. Claudia, congrats on your daughter’s first day of nursing! That first year can be tough, so I’m sure she appreciated your celebration to get it started on the right foot.

      Thanks for the comment!

    2. Claudia, congrats on your daughter’s first day of nursing! That first year can be tough, so I’m sure she appreciated your celebration to get it started on the right foot.

      Thanks for the comment!

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