Noticing good things is a big deal.
Noticing is free. It takes little time. It’s to see or become conscious of something or someone.
How wonderful does it feel when someone says, “I noticed you did <xyz> today. Thank you!”
To notice is to affirm. It makes that thing visible. It is to say, “I see you and I am impressed.”
What goes unnoticed over time usually loses its value. It’s perceived that it must not matter.
What gets notices gets continued and improved.
Let us “notice” and communicate what we want to see and experience more of today.