If you don’t celebrate your accomplishments, how do you ever feel fulfilled?
If you don’t celebrate your accomplishments, how do you ever know just how far you’ve come?
If you don’t celebrate your accomplishments, then what was the point of achieving them?
I know why you don’t celebrate them. You don’t celebrate them because:
A. You’re already too busy working toward the next accomplishment.
B. Celebrating accomplishments is bragging and it’s poor form to brag.
C. You think nobody else cares about your accomplishments, so why celebrate them?
D. All of the above.
Here’s what I say: screw all of that. Celebrate. I’ll go first.
Today is my 25th wedding anniversary. I’m proud of it. It a HUGE accomplishment. It’s by far my greatest achievement. It’s been an even bigger feat for my wife because she’s had to put up with ME for 25 years.
FYI: I also celebrated #1 through #24, and I’ll celebrate the next 75. Yes, I plan to live to be at least 123.
The reality is life is short and it moves incredibly fast. Celebrate every step. That’s all I really want to tell you today.