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. Christopher says:

    Everytime I go to Vancouver, I’m drawn to Kits. Here’s a wonderful discovery. It’s a dog beach that was originally donated to the city.

  2. Christopher says:

     cook street familyLoved the spirit and resourcefulness of these two mothers. They said that life was getting easier as they are no longer babes in arms. They saw a freight bike across the street and said that was on their radar for their next step.

  3. Christopher says:

     bike lockA friend rode her bike to UVic and came home without her lock. I rode out the next day and there, by the bike stands , was the lock just resting. Nothing lost!

  4. Christopher says:

     camus meadow Cycling through Playfair Park I came upon a woman carrying a ladder. I was later told this was Colleen O’Brien, “Queen of the Camas, Defender of the Violets, and Protector of Playfair Park.” She had been photographing the meadow in the early morning light. Turns out that she was the ‘driver’ for the field restoration project, helping remove invasive species, among other things. She said that the tack that the city often takes is to do nothing, and that just makes it worse. I loved her dedication, passion and follow through in her work.

  5. Christopher says:

     MaxPNG dell screenA friend phoned with a non responsive laptop. The idea came to totally unempower the device, including taking out the battery. It seemed easy to do, but only when I turned the computer right side up again did the battery come off. After letting all systems rest for a a few minutes, we installed the battery , turned on the device and all was well.

    Lots of lessons as we approach situations that seem non responsive.

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