You matter


A fundamental desire of human being is to feel like what we do matters and makes a contribution in some way.  We want to know that we make a difference.  While there are many ways we get feedback in the world, one of the most powerful forms of feedback is acknowledgment from other people.

Acknowledgement makes us feel seen and valued, and confirms that we matter.  It lets us know we make a difference.

How can you have people around you feel like they matter and let them know they make a difference?  How many people can you acknowledge and show appreciation for in the next 48 hours verbally or with a note?

May 2016 bring you much acknowledgement and appreciation for all you do.


Thank you for taking the time to read my posts in 2015, and allowing me to contribute to you in some small way.

With deepest gratitude,



  1. Bill Darrah


    I look forward to your posts and read them all when possible.
    Speaking of gratitude, I have started a gratitude journal in my workout log. I hand write down my daily workouts for the month then check them off as I go through my workout routine in my garage. I have a section in my journal that has a tab called Gratitude. It is a small reminder that I can jot down a few notes about things as they come up. I am so grateful for having found you during my journey in business. I know that you have brought me great clarity and prosperity.

    I hope and pray that 2016 brings you much success and fulfillment.

    Best Regards and Aloha

    • Vicki Suiter

      Way to go Bill! You’ll enjoy my next post in mid January.

      Thank you for the feedback. All the best to you in 2016.