Six Magic Words

The first thought that came to me when I heard today is National Day of Encouragement was a baby learning to walk. Parents and others in the baby’s life are coaxing and saying things like “come on, we know you can do it!” In most cases, that’s true. The baby can learn to walk. But she may not know it quite yet.

In the same way, there are times when someone in your life needs a sincere “I know you can do it!” That friend may not believe in their own strength, but you’ve seen it. And the closer they get to the goal, the more encouragement they may need, just until that first step is taken.

And when they fall, help them pick themselves up, dust themselves off and start all over again.

Of course, babies need encouragement for more than just learning to walk. It’s more than a one-time thing for the people in your life as well. Keep an eye out for the times when someone needs an example demonstrating why you believe in them, something you’ve seen in them that lets you know more is possible.

I know you can do it! Six magic words.

Image Credit: Baby learning to walk ©evgeniy–

8 Replies to “Six Magic Words”

  1. I was fortunate enough to learn long ago just one kind word or encouraging statement for someone can not only make the difference in their day, but for the rest of their life. Sometimes, it’s just a few right words in the right moment that can bring about amazing results. I always try to encourage folks when I see the opportunity to do so, and I hope others will also.🙂

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  2. Love this post, Belinda! I never knew about this special day. One of my thoughts was also how we can encourage ourself. Self-love is beautiful when we can say aloud, “I know you can do it!!”

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