What’s Gone Well Today? ®

Here’s an easy way to change how we look at our day, and our life.

Consider of all that you do, what was worthwhile, what did you enjoy in your day?   Sharing these moments  may inspire others.

On another note asking someone What’s Gone Well Today? ®, becomes life-changing. Conversations have a fresh perspective.

 

In the larger picture our tools help organizations become more empathetic. < See our deliverables> Learn more about WGWT and the tools and training we offer. We would love to hear from you!  Please share an experience that’s gone well in your day. Just click on ” Add your comment” or visit our Facebook Group

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  1. Liz says:

    kitchen in sitting room: stove, fridge sink
    This week I asked my monthly house-cleaner to please clean my oven first, as I’d recently spilled something in it. She did a great job of it, but when finished couldn’t get the oven door to close. No amount of jiggling or pushing would close it, so I said I’d go next door and ask my neighbour to come over and fix it. He came right over with his adult son and some tools, and they both did various things, but it wouldn’t close. Meanwhile, the cleaning lady had phoned her sister who is on a kitchen staff and “can fix anything” and asked her to come and do it. She arrived soon after the neighbours, with her sister who was in her car. So now I had two men and three women with various tools all talking and taking turns in my kitchen with this stove, and anxious about me making dinner.
    The neighbour said that his wife would cook the unbaked pizza on my counter for me, and he’d bring it here by 6, ready to eat. And he did.
    In the meanwhile they had removed the oven door and the two hinges, and put them all neatly on the floor, resisting all efforts to work properly.
    Everyone was thanked and they all uneasily left.
    This morning about 8, I phoned the appliance shop on Quadra St. and arranged for Shillion Leung to come and work on this door. He came later in the day, smiled and grunted, and with his trained thumbs fixed it in less than a minute, and got the door to smoothly open and close several times.
    He got paid, the neighbour got a jar of jam from my freezer, and the sisters got a phone thanks. All is well!

  2. Christopher says:

    A friend offered to meet for coffee. While he was willing to drive anywhere I thought of a place between us… close to the last place we’d lunched some years ago. The Berwick came to mind. I contacted them and they invited us to come and take a look. From the moment he arrived at the front door he was impressed with the care, the detail, the features.. and the environment. We had a wonderful conversation. It was just like being on a cruise ship.

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