100+ Words of Encouragement 🙌😃❤️ Other ways to say Well Done!

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Other ways to say Well Done / Words of Encouragement

  • Great job!
  • That’s great!
  • Bravo!
  • Way to go!
  • Amazing!
  • Superb!
  • Brilliant!
  • Perfect!
  • Perfectly done.
  • You’re a genius.
  • Great!
  • Outstanding!
  • Really great!
  • Excellent work!
  • You’ve mastered it!
  • Super job!
  • You’ve done so well!
  • You’re a natural!
  • You’re a star!
  • Tremendous!
  • I’m impressed!
  • You’ve got this!
  • You make it look easy!
  • You rock!
  • Keep up the good work!
  • I knew you could do it!
  • I couldn’t have done it better myself.
  • That’s the way to do it!

Encouraging phrases for kids

Words of Encouragement for Kids

  • I’m so proud of you.
  • You’ve done so well.
  • I knew you could do it!
  • You’ve done yourself proud.
  • You’re getting better every day.
  • How did you get so good at that?
  • Good girl / boy.
  • You must have been practicing.
  • Who taught you that?
  • How did you learn to do that?
  • I’m so impressed!
  • I didn’t know you could do that!

Encouraging phrases for students

If they’re doing well, and you want them to carry on:

  • Well done!
  • Great work!
  • Good job!
  • Keep up the good work!
  • You’ve really got this!
  • I’m really impressed with your progress.
  • You’ve been doing excellent work.
  • You’ve come such a long way!

If they’re struggling but you don’t want them to feel demotivated:

  • Hang in there.
  • Don’t give up.
  • Keep going.
  • You can do it!
  • This is really hard, but you’re doing really well.
  • It’s really great that you’re still trying.
  • Keep working on it, you’re improving.
  • Keep going, you’re almost there.
  • You’re getting better and better.
  • You’re on track!
  • You’ve done really well so far, don’t give up now!
  • Everyone was a beginner once, but it’s the people who keep going who become experts.
  • Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try – you’ve already done half the work just by keeping on trying.
  • Mistakes are proof you’re trying.
  • A little progress each day adds up to big results.
  • Remember where you were last month, and last year. Look at how far you’ve come.

If they haven’t started something yet, and you want to encourage them to try:

  • Give it a try!
  • Go for it!
  • It’s worth a shot!
  • You can do this!
  • What are you waiting for?
  • What do you have to lose?
  • Believe in yourself because I believe in you.
  • You won’t know until you try.
  • The first step is always the hardest.
  • If you make mistakes, all the better – that’s how you learn!
  • This is only your first try. No one gets it right first time, but you have to start to get better.
  • It may not be perfect this time, but next time it will be better.
  • No one’s perfect so I never expect perfection.
  • No one’s judging you.





Words of encouragement for a Friend

To show they have your support:

  • I’m here for you.
  • I’ve got your back.
  • Whatever happens, I’ll support you.
  • I’m behind you 100%.
  • You can always count on me.
  • Call me whenever you need anything.
  • Count on my support.
  • Lean on me if you need to.
  • You’re doing a great job at life – keep going.
  • I’m still cheering for you.

To encourage them to do something they’re scared to do:

  • Follow your dreams.
  • I believe in you.
  • Reach for the stars.
  • The sky is the limit.
  • If anyone can do it, you can.
  • You’re the only person who knows exactly what your potential is.
  • You’ve already proved yourself.
  • No one can hold you back more than yourself.
  • You’ll never know until you try.
  • You’ve got this.
  • Believe in yourself, because I believe in you.
  • You inspire me.
  • Look how far you’ve already come. Imagine looking back in a few years and seeing how far you’ll have gone by then.
  • Take it one day at a time. Small achievements every day will lead to one big achievement in a little while.

Encouraging phrases for Work

To thank your co-workers for their hard work:

  • You inspire me.
  • If everyone worked like you we’d all be millionaires by now!
  • I don’t know what we’d do without you.
  • You’re a gem!
  • You’re a diamond!
  • I couldn’t have asked for a better co-worker.
  • I’ve seen how hard you’ve been working, and I wanted to let you know that I appreciate it.
  • You make this company a better place.

To raise moral during a difficult period:

  • This is a tough time, but we can’t give up now.
  • It’s been really hard recently, but your hard work will pay off.
  • We’re working towards something that will really make a difference. Focus on that.
  • You’re all doing so well. I couldn’t ask for better co-workers.
  • We’re almost where we need to be and that’s thanks to you.
  • We couldn’t have come this far without each and every one of you, and we can’t give up now.
  • We’re on track for success, we just have to keep going.

Encouraging phrases for employees

If they’re already doing well:

  • This team only works because each element of the team works. Well done to each and every one of you.
  • I couldn’t be more impressed with the work you’ve been doing.
  • I couldn’t have chosen better people to work with.
  • Look how far you’ve come in such a short space of time. Well done.
  • I want to thank you for the hard work you’ve been putting in recently.
  • Your hard work is really paying off!
  • You’ve been making a really significant contribution to the work we’ve been doing here.
  • You’ve done me proud with the work you’ve been doing.

If they need to do better:

  • If we make a few improvements, we could really make a difference.
  • We’re not far from success, so if each person gives a little bit more, we’ll get there.
  • We’ve come so far, but we still have a long way to go so I really need each one of you to give it your all.
  • I’m so impressed by your dedication, and we’re on the right path, but we need to improve in a few areas.
  • Let’s talk about what I can do to help you work better.
  • We’re almost there but we need to tweak a few details to make the most of what we’ve got.
  • You’re doing really well but I think you could do even better.
  • Show us what you’ve got. Prove to yourself that you can do it.
  • I think you’ve got more to give.
  • We’ve been underestimating you, and for that, I apologise. But you need to give us more.

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