I am a huge Andy Andrews fan and his most recent book “The Noticer” is a great one. Today as I ran across him on Twitter, I realized there is a new thing called The Noticer Project. It’s pretty simple, and here’s the explanation from what I have been reading:

“The Noticer Project is a worldwide movement to “notice” the five most influential people in your life! Noticing those five people can be as private (just a letter or email) or as public (posting to your Facebook page or joining The Noticer Project Facebook group) as you choose, but the movement is meant to encourage us to step outside our busy schedules and avoid waiting until a wedding, graduation or even a funeral to take notice of the special, influential people in our lives. By noticing those who have made a difference for you, you not only acknowledge their contribution, but you may gain a new perspective on your own journey. If you are noticed, you are encouraged to continue the movement by ‘noticing’ five people in your life!”

I hope each and every one of you will stop and do this. The Noticer Project has a Facebook page as well as its own website. Now is the time to notice those people who make a difference in our lives. Don’t wait until it’s too late! I will be actively participating in this and hope you will too.

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