5 Things To Do Just For The Feels

5 things to do this week.

Increase your circle. Plan to meet a new person and then go out of your way to meet them. Share your contact information and actually stay in touch. See how making a new friend feels.

Go green. One meatless, salad-focused day would be good. Otherwise, just add a green salad (no dressing, no toppings) to one of your meals everyday for one week. See how that feels.

Pay yourself. Make a plan to save ten percent of everything you earn this week and actually set it aside. Put it in a savings account. Buy some stocks. Convert it to coins and put it in a piggy bank. Doesn’t matter how you save it but just put it aside. See how having a little extra something on the side feels.

Give back. Say yes to everyone who asks for help this week. If a homeless guy asks you for a dollar, give it to him. It doesn’t matter what he’s going to do with it, just give it to him because you can. Celebrate the fact that you are in a position to give and just give it. It won’t make you poor and you will like the thing that bubbles inside you from just doing it. See how that feels.

Learn something. Find a book that teaches how medicines are extracted from plants. Scroll the web and read about the history of the Gwangju uprising in 1980. Watch someone at your job and learn a new skill that you never gained. Watch a YouTube video that shows how drum majors twirl the baton. It doesn’t matter what. Learn something. See how that feels.

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I hope you have a great week ahead and I hope you come back and tell me which of these you implemented and we’ll see how that felt. 

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. We’re already pretty green in my house, but I think I’m going to try paying myself and increasing my circle. I met a person last week when I sat on a panel who I’d like to keep in touch with. Thank you for this. Have a great week!

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    1. Run Wright says:

      Thanks for your comment. I would love to hear whether you stay in touch with the panelist. The follow-up is the most important part of the networking.

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