My 2017 Word of the Year
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I have to say that last year was good to me, and I think that some of it had to do with using a word to help me stay focused during the year – ACHIEVE. Keeping this word in mind, I set four major goals for, and I’m counting 3 of them as successfully completed.
Looking forward to 2017, I realized that what I want to accomplish were things that had been on my someday list for years. I had just put them off because I was either afraid or wasn’t staying consistent.
I proved to myself over and over last year that I could accomplish big things if I just decided not to give up.
So for 2017, my word of the year is START.
I want this year to be the year that I do things even if I’m afraid, even if I don’t want to, even when it’s hard.
And I don’t want fear to get in my way anymore. Nor will I allow complacency get in the way of establishing the new habits that will allow me to be more successful in my businesses or aspects of life. And I don’t have to have the entire plan to get moving.
So the plan for this year is to identify the goal, figure out the first action step and START. If I have to adjust my direction later, I’ll deal with that then.
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