celebrate small victories, Celebrate Small Victories

Celebrate Small Victories

Winning is hard. To win at any contest or life is a difficult endeavor; you must be at your best. Winning championships is even more difficult. Championships will only come after you have first won many games. Games are small compared to a championship, but they should be celebrated as much or more than being crowned champions. In other words, without winning the less significant games, there is no championship trophy to hoist. Make sure you celebrate small victories.

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Celebrating Small Victories

Living the life you want to live is like winning a championship. It can be hard to obtain, and you have to do the right things consistently to become the person you want to be. There are many victories along the way, large and small. Celebrate small victories as much as obtaining your ultimate goal.

Your eyes opened this morning; small victory. You breathe, and your heart pumps blood to your vital organs without thinking about it;  small victories. There is food in the refrigerator; a small victory. I can write this post; small victory.

In a previous post, I told the anecdote about the golfer cussing after each swing while Sofia and I celebrated every time we struck the ball well. Each bad word that left his mouth only brought him more bad swings. On the other hand, each time we celebrated returned to us good swings, and we got better as the day went on. Celebrate small victories.

celebrate small victories, Celebrate Small Victories

Find And Celebrate Small Victories

Look around and find everything you can be thankful for and celebrate all things. If you are losing weight and becoming healthier, celebrate the small victory of putting on your workout clothes. Celebrate starting your car and driving to the gym. Smile and feel the joy of walking into the gym and knowing you are becoming healthier. In Divine Timing, small victories will add up to huge, huge wins for you.

The other evening, Sofia and I were out by the pool practicing our golf swing, and she felt a raindrop. I looked up, and there wasn’t a cloud above us. We live in Florida, the sunshine state, so that is not unusual. Soon, one raindrop turned into 10, and 10 turned into 100. Then millions of raindrops poured from the sky for ½ hour.

Give Thanks

This is an excellent example of the Law of Attraction. If you give thanks for one raindrop, millions will follow. Imagine being a farmer during a drought and feeling a raindrop. Instead of celebrating the small victory and giving thanks, the farmer complained that it wasn’t enough. No rain would come. Conversely, if the farmer celebrated the small victory, a deluge would be on its way. Celebrate finding a penny just as you would finding millions. It is a small representation of what is out there for you. Feel the same way you would feel finding that suitcase of money, and soon millions will follow.

If you want to change your life, celebrate small victories. It will not take long before you start seeing the changes in yourself. Each change no matter how large or how small is leading you to become the person you want to be.




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20 thoughts on “Celebrate Small Victories

  1. Beautiful post, Scott! I love celebrating the small victories~it produces a gratitude and humility that can handle more right? As far as golf, personally, I definitely celebrate the good swings. Thank you for your wisdom and beautiful thoughts! πŸ™πŸ»πŸ’•πŸ€—

  2. Thank you for this beautiful message, Scott! As the reader above commented…this was EXACTLY what I needed to hear today. The law of attraction is truth <3

  3. πŸ’œ If NOT!!! considered a “contest” EveryOne it is ALWAYS!!! a 🍸”win” EveryBody; personally I Focus on My Efforts πŸ‘ŒπŸΎ and The Results Take Care of ThemSelves Guiding Me in My Future CHOICES!!! and DECISIONS!!! ✍️ and ✍️ β™₯️ ❀️ πŸ’– πŸ’• 😍 ✍️


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  4. Thank you, Scott for this wise post. Because of your reminder, I will celebrate today that I am taking a daily walk again, slowly at first so as not to stir up the foot and ankle issues. This is day four. Hooray!

    Have a great day! <3

    1. A slow walk is a good walk. I glad you are able to get out and take a nice stroll. As always, thank you for your wonderful comments. β€οΈπŸ™πŸ€—

  5. Wise words, and timely reminders. Our life on this earth is temporary, so why not celebrate the little – and big things they add up to! Holding onto the joy in the little things God bless us with will help us notice them more often and be ready to celebrate the deluge of goodness when it arrives! Thank you for these words, and your encouragement over the past week my friend. πŸ™

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