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I’m Not Going to Take It Anymore Day - January 7

Promotion ideas for I'm Not Going to Take It Anymore Day, observed annually on January 7, run the gamut from changes you want to see in your workplace to supporting your staff and community. They are also perfect partners for some of your New Years and New Year New You marketing campaigns.


I'm not going to take it anymore day marketing ideas


I’m Not Going to Take It Anymore Day is not about stomping feet, throwing tantrums, taking our toys and going home; it’s about identifying things within and outside of ourselves that we most want to change, and going about changing them in purposeful, meaningful ways.


In partnership with a counselor, motivational speaker or life coach, hold a workshop for customers and/or employees about how they can ‘not take it anymore’ by identifying healthy, productive and constructive ways to throw off what is holding us back, improve assertive communication skills and set boundaries in interpersonal relationships.


What tasks, circumstances or even people have become unpalatable to you? What is holding you back personally or professionally? Identifying things that should change and taking concrete steps to make needed changes can sometimes be easier said than done. We may be quick to advise others to throw off the unendurable, yet we continue to carry around own problems and continue to tolerate abusive people unnecessarily, to the detriment of our lives and our businesses.


Sometimes we all need to vent, or at least get some sympathy. Add clever, sarcastic, fun or motivational mugs, pens, posters, signs, notebooks, memo cubes or other wares that express “I’m not going to take it anymore” emotions, quotes and sentiments to your retail or give them away to employees or workshop participants, as contest prizes or as a gift-with-purchase.


‘Don’t take It anymore’ when it comes to indifference in your local community. Get involved as a member of your Chamber of Commerce, Rotary, Kiwanis or Optimists or other civic groups so that you have a say in the rules and regulations, taxes and other decisions that affect your business and a role in bringing positive change to your community. If you are truly brave, run for office so you can effect even more change. It’s not about what you don’t do or won’t take, it’s about what you ‘do’ do!


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