We are all born on purpose for a purpose.
Have fun filling buckets together.
He “likes to make people smile because it makes him happy.”
Bucket Filler training to helps create Bucketfilling Schools that focus on kindness and respect for all.
It’s important to honor and celebrate the people who helped the graduates succeed.
Did you know you can also use your lid for others to help maintain their self-esteem?
Protecting the good thoughts and feelings in your bucket is not easy when you (or your children) experience disappointments.
When someone dips into your bucket, your lid controls how much is taken out.
Long-handled dipping includes gossip, rumors, and the sending of pictures or texts that disparage others.
Selective dipping is selectively choosing whom you respect.
Practice the Stoplight.
Watch your negative self-talk like a hawk, then change it.
You’re most likely to dip when your bucket level is low.
Cardinal Rule Press acquires the Bucket Fillers book series and presentations.
Bucket dipping is often a spontaneous, negative reaction to a negative event, but it can be controlled.
When you dip into someone else’s bucket, you dip into your own.
A third, more intensive and longer-lasting form of bucket filling.
Perform a special act of kindness.
Fill a bucket by giving honest, sincere appreciation.
When you fill someone else’s bucket, you fill your own.
Fill your own.
Bucket fillers enjoy each day. That’s why they’re here.
Criticism never solves a problem.
Keeping your bucket filled requires a three-legged stool.
Be deliberate about filling other people’s buckets and watch your bucket fill.
You are an essential person in a child’s life.
YOUR bucket is the most important bucket for YOU to keep filled.