Talk to Strangers: Well-Being Practice

Compliment five strangers this week

“There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.” – Edith Wharton

Simple instructions:

  1. This week, give five strangers a genuine compliment.
  2. Pay attention to their reactions and how it brightens their day.
  3. Assess how you feel when you compliment someone you do not know.
  4. At the end of each day, reflect back on the compliments you did or didn’t give. If you didn’t give a compliment, consider why. Was it a lack of opportunity? Did you forget? Were you self-conscious?
  5. Consider any opportunities you may have missed.
  6. The minimum is to compliment five strangers, but you can compliment as many people as you like.

Talk to Strangers: Well-Being Practice

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Founder and CEO of BambooCore
Jennifer is a certified NASM Personal Trainer, MovNat Trainer, and a C.H.E.K Holistic Lifestyle/Nutrition Coach. As the Founder and CEO of BambooCore Fitness, she delivers sustainable lifestyle, nutrition and movement strategies to people looking to improve their health and performance.

When she is not slaying fat and building muscle, Jennifer can be found trekking barefoot, traveling, cooking and refining her photography skills. She also enjoys reading and writing about food culture, history and the science of human movement.
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Founder and CEO of BambooCore
Jennifer is a certified NASM Personal Trainer, MovNat Trainer, and a C.H.E.K Holistic Lifestyle/Nutrition Coach. As the Founder and CEO of BambooCore Fitness, she delivers sustainable lifestyle, nutrition and movement strategies to people looking to improve their health and performance.

When she is not slaying fat and building muscle, Jennifer can be found trekking barefoot, traveling, cooking and refining her photography skills. She also enjoys reading and writing about food culture, history and the science of human movement.

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