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40 Everyday Successes To Celebrate



Love and Kindness

1. Loving people even in their weakest moments and giving them strength. As Marilyn Monroe said, “If you can’t take me at my worst, you don’t deserve me at my best.”

2. Forgiving someone instead of holding a grudge which gives them peace of mind. That peace of mind ripples back into the world.

3. Listening just to help someone find their own way when it would be easier to dominate the conversation.

4. Helping someone who can’t offer you anything in return.

5. Noticing someone’s positive efforts that often go unappreciated. Everyone wants to believe they make a difference. Sometimes a little gratitude inspires them to make an even bigger impact.

6. Showing a child through actions how to be a good person. Children learn from what we do more than what we say.

7. Giving someone a book that might change their life. As Mark Twain said, “The man who does not read great books has no advantage over the man who cannot read them.”

8. Forgiving yourself and letting go of the past. You can only love yourself if you cut yourself some slack—and you can only love other people if you love yourself.

9. Taking care of your family’s needs, both physical and emotional. It’s not easy to do both simultaneously and well.

10. Connecting two people whose lives will improve for knowing each other.

Strength and Commitment

11. Making the effort to know yourself. Focused introspection—taking an honest assessment of who you are and what makes you happy—is the first step toward living a beautiful life.

12. Acknowledging a mistake and growing through the process

13. Working through it when you’re having a hard day. A lot of people shut down when times get difficult. Whenever you keep going you have every reason to feel proud.

14. Finding joy in your work regardless of your success. In an achievement-oriented society, focusing on the journey and not the outcome is an act of greatness.

15. Putting your heart into your blog, regardless of your readership. Even if only one person learns from your experiences, you’ve made a powerful difference through your words.

16. Staying in the game even when you think you might lose. Sticktoitiveness is an attribute to celebrate. It helps you be the person you want to be regardless of what you accomplish.

17. Honoring a promise when you’re tempted not to keep it.

18. Actually being the person you claim to be, however that translates into action.

19. Comparing yourself to an older version of you instead of other people. There’s no better way to measure your growth and motivate yourself to keep going.

20. Having the strength to walk away from a person or situation that isn’t good for you.


Health and Hope

21. Meditating, practicing yoga, or taking a calming walk. Every time you melt your stresses and foster inner peace you help make the world a more peaceful place.

22. Taking care of your body by exercising, whether it’s running after your dog or running a marathon. 190 million Americans are overweight and at risk for health complications. Taking care of yourself is a prerequisite to anything else you want to do in the world.

23. Helping someone else become healthier, by inviting them for a walk or making them a healthy meal.

24. Making one minor change for healthier eating, like going without butter. Little changes can make a big difference. It doesn’t have to be all or nothing.

25. Trusting your inner voice instead of letting the world make decisions for you.

26. Creating a positive environment that nurtures everyone who enters it.

27. Understanding instead of arguing. Good for your mental well-being and other people’s, too.

28. Doing anything to take care of the earth—cleaning up a park, or reducing your carbon footprint.

29. Enjoying yourself regardless of what you’ve gotten done. Enjoyment is success.

30. Being the change you want to see in the world instead of growing jaded.

Purpose and Possibilities

31. Believing in your own potential. It’s easy to get down on yourself, particularly when the economy isn’t in great shape. Any time you build yourself up you’ve set the stage to change the world.

32. Telling someone else you believe in their potential. You never know what act of greatness you might inspire, however big or small.

33. Taking one small step to fill your life with meaning based on what matters to you. People who live with passion and purpose inspire everyone around them.

34. Keeping an open mind, both to create new possibilities for yourself and to increase your chances of loving and helping people.

35. Doing something that scares you. The more willing you are to take risks, the greater your odds of feeling fulfilled in life. Fulfillment is success.

36. Supporting a cause that matters to you, whether that means making a small donation or doing the walk for breast cancer.

37. Mentoring someone who’d like to do what you do. When you help someone live their dreams you’re a meaningful part of their happiness.

38. Learning from someone else. Sometimes it’s powerful to be the apprentice and not the expert.

39. Creating. Music, poetry, jewelry, movies, websites, buildings—anytime you crease something with heart and positive intentions it’s a gift to the world.

40. Opening your world to new people. No one is an island. Every time you open your world to someone else, you create the possibility of inspiring and being inspired.


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Keys to Success



Keys to Success

Several factors contribute to success. Consider a few:

1. Positive Self-Concept. Imagine that you wake up one morning and your roommate is waiting to tell you something. He or she says, “I’ve been wanting to tell you what an outstanding roommate you are. You’re so kind, so thoughtful; you always keep the room so neat. Just being around you motivates me to be the most positive person I can be.”

After you recover from your cardiac arrest, you head off toward your first class of the day. Whom should you run into but your date of the previous evening, who says, “Am I ever glad I ran into you! I’d been hoping I’d get a chance to tell you again what a terrific time I had yesterday. My friends are so jealous of me. They think that I’m the luckiest person in the world to go out with someone like you, and I agree! You’re so friendly, so intelligent. You have a great sense of humor and good looks to boot! Why, when I’m with you, I feel like I’m in a dream!”

Then you float into your first class. Your professor is about to return the midterm exams you took last week, but before he distributes them he says, “I have an announcement I’d like to make. I want everyone to know what an outstanding job this student has done on this test.” He points to you in the front row and says, “You are a breath of fresh air to me as a professor. You always do your assignments on time. You often do even more than is expected of you. Why, if every student were like you, teaching would be a joy. I was even considering leaving teaching before you came along!”

Wouldn’t that help you have a great attitude about yourself? And wouldn’t it motivate you to be a better roommate, a better date, a better student? You’d say to yourself, “Why, I’m one sharp person. After all, my roommate, my date and my prof all think so … and they’re no dummies!” You wouldn’t argue with them for a minute!

Of course, some people think so highly of themselves that their egos become problems. Nevertheless, many psychologists agree with Dr. Joyce Brothers when she says, ” . . a strong, positive self- image is the best possible preparation for success in life.”

2. Clearly Defined Goals. Aim at nothing and you’ll surely hit it. Aim at a specific goal and, even if you don’t hit it, chances are you’ll be a lot farther along than if you’d never aimed at all.

The U. S. Space Program has produced many successes and, sadly, a few tragic failures. The successes of NASA help illustrate the importance of goal setting. Perhaps you’ve heard of the three electricians who were working on the Apollo spacecraft. A reporter asked each what he was doing. The first said, “I’m inserting transistors into circuits.” The second answered, “I’m soldering these wires together.” The third explained, “I’m helping to put a man on the moon.”

Which one was more motivated and satisfied? Probably the one who saw how his activities fit into the overall goal.

Without a clear life’s goal, daily duties can become drudgery. Knowing your life’s goal can increase your motivation and satisfaction as you see how daily activities help accomplish that goal.

In the early 1960’s, President John F. Kennedy set a goal of putting an American on the moon by the end of the decade. In 1969, Neil Armstrong took his “one small step.” A specific goal helped NASA achieve a major milestone in history. Someone who desires success will set specific goals.

3. Hard Work. Any successful athlete knows that there would be no glory on the athletic field without hard work on the practice field. A true test of character is not just how well you perform in front of a crowd, but how hard you work when no one notices-in the office, in the library, in practice. President Calvin Coolidge believed “nothing in the world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not … Genius will not … Education will not … Persistence, determination, and hard work make the difference.”

“A true test of character is not just how well you perform in front of a crowd, but how hard you work when no one notices.”

“What is success?” asks British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. “I think it is a mixture of having a flair for the thing that you are doing … hard work and a certain sense of purpose…. I think I had a flair for … (my work), but natural feelings are never enough. You have got to marry those natural feelings with really hard work.”


The heavyweight-boxing champion of another era, James J. Corbett, often said, “You become the champion by fighting one more round. When things are tough, you fight one more round.”

Success requires hard work. Of course you can overdo it and become a workaholic. One workaholic businessman had a sign in his office that read, “Thank God It’s Monday!” We all need to balance work and recreation, but hard work is essential to success.

4. A Willingness to Take Risks. Theodore Roosevelt expressed the value of this asset in one of his most famous statements: “Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure, than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy much nor suffer much because they live in the great twilight that knows neither victory nor defeat, ”

Ingemar Stenmark, the great Olympic skier, says, “In order to win, you have to risk losing.” Consider this question: “What would you do if you knew you could not fail?” That question can expand your vision and enlarge your dreams. Maybe your desire is to be a great political leader, an entertainer, a top businessperson or academician, a star athlete. What would you do if you knew you couldn’t fail?

Now ask, “Am I willing to risk a few possible failures in order to achieve that goal?” Success often involves risks.


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Donate Blood Why...?? More than 100 reasons

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Donate Blood Why...?? More than 100 reasons

 

SLOGANS ON BLOOD DONATION



Donor Motivators and Donor Organisers often look for suitable slogan for their campaign. Here are some slogans collected or coined or used by them.


These slogans with suitable visuals can be converted into posters.


Slogans on Blood Donation Blood Donation Quotes

1 A bottle of blood saved my life. Was it yours?

2 My son is back home because you donated Blood.

3 Ma is coming back home because you gave Blood.

4 Blood donation is a friendly gesture.

5 Blood owners should be Blood Donors.

6 Blood is meant for circulation. Donate Blood.

7 Blood Donors bring Sunshine.
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8 Keep Blood Bank shelves full. You may need Blood someday.

9 Someone is needing Blood somewhere.

10 Life of some patients is resting on a fraction of hope in quest of your gift of love.
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11. A life in the surgeon’s hand may be yours. Donate Blood for tomorrow.

12. Observe your birthday by donating Blood.

13. Wouldn’t you have given blood if this child was yours?

14. Donate Blood – Gift life.

15. Give mankind the greatest gift. Donate blood when Blood Bank comes to your place.

16. A few drops of your Blood can help a life to bloom.

17. At 18 you grow up. At 18 you drive. At 18 you give Blood to keep someone alive.

18. Give the gift that keeps on living. Donate Blood.

19. We need you to save life.

20. You don’t have to have a medical degree to save a life. Just a fair degree of humanity. Give Blood. Save Life.
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21. Blessed are the young who can Donate Blood.

22. Blood donation will cost you nothing but it will save a life !

23. Patients need your gift of love to fight against mortal sickness.

24. Your donation of Blood today may be an investment for your future.

25. Share blood – Share life.

26. It is a joy to give Blood.

27. Tears of a mother cannot save her Child. But your Blood can.

28. Be a Blood Donor and save a life.

29. Donation of Blood means a few minutes to you but a lifetime for somebody else.

30. People can get along without teeth or hair but not without Blood.
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31. Donation of Blood is harmless and safe.

32. Safe Blood starts with me.

33. You can Donate Blood 168 times between the age of 18 - 60 years.

34. Your refusal to Donate Blood may cost a life of your near and dear one.

35. A life is waiting for a bag of Blood from you.


36. Remember, today you can give your blood. Tomorrow your near and dear one may need it.

37. Every tomorrow needs a blood donor today.

38. Many things in this world can wait but transfusion of Blood to a dying patient cannot.

39. Calling Blood Donors to save life. Can you hear?

40. Give a gift of love. Your own Blood.
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41. Vote for life with your Blood.

42. Be a Life Guard. Give Blood to save life.

43. Have you donated Blood? If not
— do it Now.

44. Give the gift of Blood, the gift of life.


45. For every 1000 who can Donate Blood only four do! What about you! Give Blood and gift a life.

46. Blood is meant to circulate. Pass it around.

47. If blood bank gives blood only to the blood donors, what would be the chance of those who depend on you?

48. Five minutes of your time + 350 ml. of your blood = One life saved.

49. I am a blood donor. Are you too ?

50. The finest gesture one can make is to save life by donating blood.
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51. Blood donors bring a ray of hope.

52. Blood for human comes from human beings only.

53. Blood Bank cannot get Blood from stone.

54. Blood Donation would not hurt you, but it would save a life.

55. Thank you, Blood Donor. Be a regular Blood Donor.

56. Blood has no substitute as yet.

57. Anybody having a heart to respond can donate blood to save life.

58. Blood donation – a Gift of Love.

59. Do not shed blood. Donate Blood.

60. You can be a life saver without knowing swimming.
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61. Have a heart. Give Blood.

62. Donate Blood so that others may live.

63. Donation of Blood makes a difference between life and death.


64. It is time to roll up your sleeve to offer your gift of love.

65. Share a little, care a little
– Donate Blood.

66. You too can have the joy of saving a man’s life by donating Blood.

67. Do you have a blood donor friend to stand by you in time of your need?

68. You too can take up the job of saving a life by just donating your blood.

69. Do you make friendship with Blood Donors?

70. Let us be blood brothers.
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71. Let Blood bind us together in friendship for ever.

72. The colour of human blood is red all over the world. Anywhere you can donate your Blood.

73. It’s time to go to Blood Donation Camp.

74. Donating Blood is a social responsibility

75. The blood is red gold in time of saving a life.

76. Blessed are the young who can give back life with their blood — Donate Blood, save a life.
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77. To the young and healthy it’s no loss. To sick it’s hope of life. Donate Blood to give back life.

78. Donate blood to save the dying.

79 Care, share and live by donating Blood.

80. Among flowers — the Rose.
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81. Share the joy of life, give the life of a child by donating Blood.

82. I am proud, there is blood donor in my family.

83. The Blood Donor of today may be recipient of tomorrow.

84. Voluntary Blood Donors are the key to safe blood.

85. Many people pray for mountains to be moved when all they need is to climb. Donate Blood for your near and dear one.

86. Excuses never save a life. Blood donation does.

87. Smile and give, some one will smile and live.

88. Someone lives when someone gives. There is no substitute of human Blood.


89. The finest gesture one can make is to save life by donating Blood.

90. Drive carefully — otherwise you might need me — I am a Blood Donor.
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91. Share the happiness of glory. There is a feeling of joy when you give the gift of Blood.

92. It will cost you nothing-it will save a life!

93. Don't be Blood thirsty: share some of it with others.

94. When anyone signs a blood donor form, he is signing a lease of life for someone else.

95. Your Blood is worth bottling!

96. You take holidays-the Blood Bank doesn't.

97. To give blood you need neither extra strength nor extra food.

98. It's a joy to give Blood.

99. A life may depend on a gesture from you. a bottle of Blood.

100. Your friends, neighbours and colleagues can become Blood Donors: recruit them 
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