Try our new tool – OneThingThatMatters.com!
Wouldn’t it be awesome if 1000 people defined one thing each that matters to them – and started inspiring each other on how to make this thing a bigger part of their lives?
We thought so and created the site www.OneThingThatMatters.com, and are now inviting you to take part in our experiment! During the next weeks we will try to get 1000 people to do something that most of us don’t take the time to do even though it’s pretty cool and rewarding: just defining one thing that matters, a personal value. After that we’ll see what happens if those 1000 people start to inspire each other by suggesting small, concrete actions that are in line with the personal value!
We hope that this is a way to lower the treshold of starting to think about what really matters to you – and acting according to it! One pretty cool thing with the site is that you can get tips from friends on small actions that fits your value but that you haven’t thought about.
One nice example of this is a tip I got from Kajsa connected to my value “creating opportunities for others”. She wrote “ask one of your coworkers what he/she would like to accomplish in the next year and see if you can catalyze that accomplishment.” It might seem obvious but still something that I don’t do very often, even though it can done in just a few minutes by sending an e-mail. I mailed my co-worker Susanna who was really glad I asked – since she’s been thinking about her plans for the future quite a bit lately!
When I check it off my list Kajsa is notified, and gets a quite rewarding feedback – that her suggestion made me take a step towards what I value, and that a third person was affected as well!