Do you have a word of the year for 2021?
I used to think it was a silly concept. I was challenged to choose one last year, so I chose the word “learn,” and I actually learned a lot!
Why? I was intentional.
I want you to think about your word of the year. I’m going to walk you through my process, and how I use my word of the year to guide my goals and intentions.
This episode acts as a small workshop, so I want you to get out a pen and paper to get ready to learn with me.
On Today’s Episode, You’ll Discover:
- How a word of the year can help you
- Who will be involved in fulfilling your word of the year
- How to figure out who you need to be to achieve your word of the year
- Breaking down your goals for your word of the year
- How to thrive instead of survive in 2021
- The power of relationships to yourself and others
If you didn’t have a word of the year before this episode, I hope it got you thinking about one. If you did, I hope you can see now how you can use your word to guide your goals for the year.
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