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Why Small Wins Matter

How many of your working days would you describe as “good days?” Having one or two bad days each week is inevi...

Why Small Wins Matter

How many of your working days would you describe as “good days?”

 

Having one or two bad days each week is inevitable, but if you regularly have more than that, then you clearly need to change something.

 

One way of improving your working days is to make a point of celebrating all the “small wins” throughout each day. Small wins could include:

 

  • Reaching the end of a “to do” list.

  • Getting everything done so you can finish on time.

  • Winning a small new contract (even if it’s not especially lucrative).

  • Cleaning out your email inbox.

 

Focusing on these small wins diverts your mind from the frustrations and disappointments that are an inevitable part of life at work. Small wins can make those less good days a little more bearable.

 

 

Here are three more reasons why small wins matter:

 

Small wins often lead to big wins

That tiny contract from a new client may mean next to nothing financially, but it means you are getting business in—and business that could lead to more valuable work in the future.

 

Little victories boost your morale

If you celebrate all the small things that go right, you’re providing yourself with reasons to remain cheerful throughout the day. This will make you more resilient when things do go wrong.

 

Small wins create momentum

A series of small wins can lead to enhanced motivation. Each small win gives you the energy and drive to get on with the next task.

 

Small wins matter because you’re not guaranteed huge business victories every day of the week. It’s a fact of life that some of your time at work is going to feel like an uphill grind—so you may as well celebrate the milestones along the way.

 

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