You in 2017

You in 2017

We’ve made it – welcome to 2017!

Have an aversion to New Year’s resolutions?

Try something new with us to measure success in 2017.

We’ll be thinking of three words that relate to a specific part of our lives. These words will be our words of encouragement, challenge, or continuation of growth in 2017!

Ready? Let’s begin:

The first word (or phrase) will relate to your professional life.

In thinking about where you are and where you’d like to go, what is one word that you want to be able to use to describe your professional life throughout 2017?

Here are some words to get those juices flowing:

  • Grow
  • Hitting New Goals
  • Delegator
  • Communicator
  • Emerging Leader

As you are making decisions, taking on new projects, and working with others, use the lens of your word – pushing you to further greatness!

The next word (or phrase) will relate to your personal life.

In thinking about your personal relationships, hobbies, and interests, what is one word you’d like to use to describe that through 2017?

This could be something like:

  • Thoughtful
  • Assertive
  • 10k Finisher
  • Emerging Artist

AWESOME!

Now on to the last word (or phrase). Your last word is something new you want to try this year.

Maybe you’ve always wanted to travel to New York, but never have.

Or you’re not totally comfortable speaking in front of people and want to work on that.

Or maybe you think that people who have herb gardens are really cool, but you haven’t had one (and secretly, you’d like to try!).

We ALL have those things. So, think about what it is for you and choose a word that represents it!

Got your words? Now – write these down and stick them somewhere you look often. Write it in cool letters and frame it, or even just throw it on your computer desktop.

Come back next week for some next steps!

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Welcome 2015

2015Last week we thought about where we’ve come from in 2014… This week let’s think about where we want to go!

The options are endless for what 2015 can become when we choose to be intentional about the year.

It’s easy to feel the pressure of creating “New Years Resolutions”. What if we take a different perspective on setting goals for the New Year?

What are three words you would like to use to describe 2015 on the very last day of the year?

Now, what would you need to accomplish, achieve, change, or become to make those three words a reality?

Put these words/thoughts/scribbles in a place where we can easily refer to.

In the next few weeks, we’ll be diving deeper into how to take the things you listed above and craft them into actionable and achievable goals.

But for now – bring it on, 2015!

We’re convinced you’ll be the best year yet.