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


  1. Christopher says:

     the 3 stoogesWent to a Festival of the Arts performance.These three musicians, called The Three Stooges, had wonderful eye contact and connection amongst themselves.

  2. Christopher says:

     daniel thriftyLove this cashier’s energy. He puts high attention into every transaction.
    We had a raincheque for an item. He pointed out that their sale price that day was better than the raincheque.

  3. Christopher says:

     festival boundThese three ( Megs is on the phone) are found for Ft St John and the Provincial Festival of the Arts. How it shook out was truly a blessed WGWT moment.

  4. Christopher says:

    We’ve known this student for years in a few different contexts. He came for tutoring last night in his first year of high school math and was completely different in attitude and focus. Instead of being scattered, passive and apathetic, he was keen, positive, appreciative, very open and reflective about his work.

  5. Christopher says:

    Love Connie’s exuberance over the exciting and new elements in her life.

  6. Sunny says:

    transit bus  - conversation salon It was dusk. I had to cross 2 streets to get to the bus stop. While I was crossing the first street, I saw the bus approaching. I still needed to cross the other street, but I needed to wait for the light to change — and so did the bus. I looked at the bus driver beside me and shrugged. The next thing that happened was that I heard a big honk — the bus, still beside me at the corner, opened its doors. I hopped on. Thanks very much! The bus driver just said, You looked so defeated. Kindness is normal in bus drivers.

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