The Power of a Clicker

I’m officially a clicker.  I’ve wanted to be a clicker for a while now, but now I finally have a cute yellow clicker to use.

This idea of “clicking” came from Hilary Weeks.  I have heard her speak about “clicking” several times this year.  It’s something that you can not hear too many times.  “Clicking” is counting (with a clicker) your positive, uplifting, optimistic, encouraging, and motivating thoughts.  You can read more at BillionClicks.org.
When I first hear Hilary speak, I wrote down a quote.  It has become one of my favorites.  I’ll never forget it.
The days that I actually wear the clicker on my wrist, it is a constant reminder for me to be positive.  Those days always go better.  Who knew that a clicker could be so powerful?
I’m so excited to get my family clicking with me.  This month we are clicking all of the things we are thankful for.  Write it, then click it.  Simple.  I love the idea of working together to get a higher number.
Are you thinking about stocking stuffers yet?  These clickers would be perfect!  I’m thinking this would be great for my mom and my mother in law.

 

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Coupon Code good until November 30, 2013.

For more positive thoughts, check out my Pinterest Board.  Get Clicking!
 
 
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3 Responses to The Power of a Clicker

  1. marissa | Rae Gun Ramblings 11/08/2013 at 8:46 am #

    I keep seeing this idea. I’ve got one of those somewhere from concerts I might have to dig it up what a great way to keep your attitude in check

  2. Debra Hawkins 11/08/2013 at 11:02 am #

    I keep seeing this! I love it!

  3. Jonie Marie 11/09/2013 at 12:58 pm #

    I need to get my click on! There are so many things in my life that would be easier if I would just start thinking more positively. Thanks for the reminder!

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