Curious about where to start? Take the “What Should My Word Be?” Quiz to help you narrow down your word choices. It’s quick, engaging and a ton of fun! Plus, I’ll share some examples of words you can explore as you consider your own unique word choices. Having a guiding word to encompass your life as a whole is a beautiful practice that is rooted in neuroscience to help you achieve desired outcomes.Tell me more!
To make long lasting changes, psychology and research have proven that the use of primers boosts your ability to sustain new habits. A primer is anything outside of your mind that you use to help you remember to do something that you want to do.
How do you want to feel in 3 months, 6 months, a year? Whatever your goals may be, it’s important to find a way to keep them at the forefront of your mind – not just for a few weeks but for months or years to come. Imagine if you could transform your obligatory goals and resolutions into more distilled and powerful versions of themselves through just one word? How much more likely are you to live a life that’s aligned with your purpose and values?
If you’re looking to boost your happiness and productivity, then let your word be the overarching theme in how you live your life, day after day. Allow it to guide and inform you of your choices and decisions. And if you want to take it one step further, integrate your word into your family, community and work cultures. Let your word shift the way you show up, individually and collectively.
2020 has taught us that life is uncertain + unpredictable and that change is the only constant. Having a word by your side will not only inspire forward momentum but help you overcome hardships as you stay the course.
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