Sometimes a compliment really goes a long way, and apparently there's a sentiment that Americans -- as conscientious and hard-working as they are -- don't spread enough praise and admiration around during the course of the year. That's why, according to the official website of Compliment Day, two very insightful and attractive experts in human connections named Kathy Chamberlin and Debby Hoffman created National Compliment Day in 1998.
To celebrate Compliment Day, simply launch sincere flattery attacks on random people throughout the day, especially those who wouldn't expect it. To give yourself a challenge, Family-Works suggest finding compliments for your boss or people that you don't like. The key, of course, is sincerity.
Complimentday.com suggests that you try to compliment 2-5 people and provides a list of sample compliments for those who struggle with the art of flattery.