Take the Kozist 7-day ValYou challenge!

“What the world needs now is love, sweet love.”- Hal David

Kozist is about connecting with others in a positive and genuine way.

To conquer the Kozist 7-day ValYou challenge, complete the following steps:

#1 Visit this page to check out the randomized letters of the day. Today’s letters are:

 P H

#2 Log in to your Facebook account and find a friend with those initials.

If you do not have a friend with those initials, choose the friend that comes closest. (If, for example, the letters of the day are PL but you don’t have any friends with those initials, try PK or PM)

#3 Click the Facebook share icon below.

A new window will open.
Set the dropdown menu at the top to read “On your own timeline”.

#4 Where it says “say something about this…” copy and paste this text:

I have accepted the Kozist 7-day challenge, and today I ValYou

#5  Tag the friend you are writing to by entering their name and selecting from the popup list.
#6 Write your personal message to them.

It could be a fond memory, a note about what significance they have had in your life, or just a compliment. We realize you may have to think harder for acquaintances than friends or relatives, but that’s the challenge! Don’t cheat! Create something genuine that just might make their day – and yours! ☺

Click “Public” on the popup at the bottom. It’s no fun if you don’t share with everyone.

#7 Click “Post to Facebook” Link.
#8 Repeat for 7 days!

Return here to Kozist to reflect on your experience and discuss with others!

Try another exercise or register for free to try them all.

Please share your comments below.

2017-04-15T20:42:09+00:00

6 Comments

  1. Mark Smaller March 11, 2017 at 3:39 am - Reply

    I took the first day of the Kozist 7 Day Challenge the FB friend was more an acquaintance but I still wanted to ValYou her for her commitment to parenting and also her recent acceptance to professional school. I imagine she would never think I would otherwise write something about her and publicly. It is one of the first posts to FB I have made in a while and during a time in our country where sharing a generous feeling toward another is more the exception. It changed my whole mood for the day. I encourage others to consider the Challenge. Waiting for 2 new letters tomorrow to repeat the Challenge!

  2. DuBois March 11, 2017 at 4:16 pm - Reply

    My first share of the Challenge generated some love and good feelings from a longtime friend that I haven’t communicated with enough lately. Felt great!

  3. Nellie March 11, 2017 at 7:43 pm - Reply

    Just like my experiences with some of the other exercises, I found that actually doing the exercise felt different from just thinking about doing it. I always imagine I can anticipate what it will feel like, but there is always something that surprises me. This time, after posting, I found my mind wandering to some of the more conflictual relationships in my life right now and I did not as bothered as I can sometimes feel. Maybe taking the time to spread this kind of positivity takes some of edge off about other things I have been feeling more negatively about.

  4. Nathan March 11, 2017 at 8:51 pm - Reply

    7 Day Challenge–Great exercise. Felt so good to make someone’s day, including mine!

  5. Nathan March 11, 2017 at 9:10 pm - Reply

    I wonder if I am the only who realizes it is harder to think of something positive about someone compared to how easy it is to think of or say something negative? Maybe my issue! Have to think about that some more.

  6. Nellie March 13, 2017 at 6:06 pm - Reply

    This is going to sound strange, but the challenge inspired me to finally schedule a dentist appointment I have been putting off! I had been putting it off because it had been too long and the longer it is between visits, the worse I feel about going – like I am afraid they will judge me or something. I think the challenge gave me practice in just putting myself out there and not being afraid of how one responds. Suddenly it just didn’t feel like such a big deal anymore, and it felt so good to finally just get it on the calendar! Hopefully I will still feel that way when appointment day arrives — I guess I will just have to keep up with the challenge 🙂

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