Personal Success Guide


Personal Success Rewards

Recognize your successes. As children we loved rewards and the kid inside us still loves them. Although achieving a goal is a huge reward in itself, sometimes it helps to add to the accomplishment. Keep an ongoing list of rewards ranging from no monetary expense to a real splurge.

Below are examples. Use them as appropriate to reward the amount of effort that went into achieving your goals.

  • Call Someone Special
  • Take A Bubble Bath
  • Do Nothing
  • Watch The Moon & Stars Come Out
  • Day Dream
  • Light A Fragrant Candle
  • Give Yourself A Compliment
  • Hug Someone
  • Buy Roses
  • Take Yourself To Lunch
  • Try A New Food
  • Make Something Out Of Play-Dough
  • Get A New Tape Or CD
  • Take A Nap
  • Look At Old Photos
  • Do Something You've Always Wanted To Do
  • Learn Something New
  • Fly A Kite
  • Take A Spa Vacation
  • Start A New Project
  • Write A Poem
  • Have Breakfast In Bed
  • Reread Your Favorite Book
  • Take Fun Drive
  • Let Someone Do You A Favor
  • Buy A Ticket For A Special Event
  • Curl Up With Some Cocoa
  • Lie On The Grass
  • Get A Massage
  • Surprise A Child
  • Go Dancing
  • Get A New Outfit
  • Blow Bubbles
  • Give Yourself A Balloon
  • Go Wading
  • Bake Cookies
  • Smell A Flower
  • Kiss Someone
  • Go To The Library
  • Skate
  • Spent Time With A Pet
  • Sign Up For A Class For Fun
  • Get Pictures Taken
  • Walk Barefoot
  • Meditate
  • Go For A Swim
  • Build A Sand Castle
  • Listen To Music
  • Search Out A Long -Lost Friend
  • Enjoy The Sunset/Sunrise
  • Pop Popcorn
  • Visit A Friend
  • Frame A Picture
  • Enjoy The Silence
  • Visit A Toy Store
  • Buy Some Jewelry
  • Redecorate Your Room/Kitchen
  • Walk On The Beach

Have fun reaching your goals and rewarding your efforts!

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