The Intro #22: One big win

April 16, 2020
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In these unprecedented times (give yourself a check mark for your self-quarantine bingo!), as we are all figuring out how to navigate work and family and home-schooling and the utter mystery that is the enormous amount of dishes we use in a day (Seriously. Is anyone else doing dishes, our lives can seem at once wildly slow and completely overwhelming. 

We feel you.

There are moments when all of this feels impossible to handle.

But guess what? It’s Thursday again. You have survived another week. Go you.

Take a moment to think of one big win from the last 7 days. A good conversation? A successful virtual meeting? A brilliant idea?

Spend the next 10 seconds remembering — and celebrating — that. We have lost many things we love, but we refuse to lose our joy. We will keep celebrating, even when it feels unnatural. Even when it’s hard. Even in midst of suffering.

Allison Kooser

Allison is Chief Storyteller at Swell+Good, where she partners with amazing organizations to help them bring their stories to life. She is an avid traveler, an expert takeout orderer, and a big believer in curiosity and kindness. She tries to learn something new every day, and she reads, writes, and paddleboards more than the average human.
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