Did you know studies* show that Acts of Kindness on a daily basis for only ten days can increase life satisfaction? Research* has shown that, besides being beneficial to the giver, Kindness is contagious in that individuals on the receiving end of Kindness are 278% more likely to reproduce Acts of Kindness.
Let’s put the Kindness theory to the test on a global scale.
Together, let’s see what the power of Kindness truly is. How far can it reach? How much of a difference can it make? What will prove to be true? Take the challenge and become part of a movement that can change not just your world, but the whole world.
Sign up here to join our KindKommunity on Slack and, for 10 days in a row, check-in with Beni, a friendly cloud-based AI agent, to get a new Act of Kindness suggestion each day. We encourage you to share your progress on social media and to nominate friends to participate in the #10DayKindnessChallenge with you!
After all, Kindness is contagious!
*Increased life satisfaction: Kathryn E. Buchanan & Anat Bardi (2010) Acts of Kindness and Acts of Novelty Affect Life Satisfaction, The Journal of Social Psychology, 150:3, 235-237, DOI: 10.1080/00224540903365554
*Kindness is contagious: Chancellor J, Margolis S, Jacobs Bao K, Lyubomirsky S. Everyday prosociality in the workplace: The reinforcing benefits of giving, getting, and glimpsing. Emotion. 2018 Jun;18(4):507-517. doi: 10.1037/emo0000321. Epub 2017 Jun 5. PMID: 28581323.