Thought you would like the below ideas.
Food for thought:
I have not one word, but working on my words to change for 2014
- Sugar (none)
- Sleep (50 hours a week)
- Delegate anxiety
- 30 nights on the ground
In a word: Transition (from a grinder to a stress free life).
The Fantastic Life Rule #15: Take the Decision Out of the Moment
This rule reinforces the fact that when you have clear intentions, whether in work or family, your instincts will sprout from your practiced values. Life isn’t about stopping and questioning yourself and your intentions, it’s about following your true instincts.
What’s Your Word for 2014?
What if one word could transform your life?
I don’t blame you if you’ve stopped making resolutions. You’re busy enough and the last ones didn’t work.
One Facebook contributor summed up the challenge of personal change when she wrote, “Successful personal change requires a lot of hard work!”
But, you’re already maxed out. But…
Do you have room for one word?
More powerful than resolutions:
You don’t need a list of resolutions. You need, “One Word That Will Change Your Life.”
Dan Britton and Jimmy Page have practiced and taught one word since 1999. They shared the idea with Jon Gordon a few years ago. One word always works. It may not deliver what you expect. It usually delivers more.
Choose one word that embodies the essence of life for 2014 and let it speak to you everywhere you go. The possibilities are endless.
People have chosen: Love, Discipline, Rest, Integrity, Smile, Finish, Kindness, Joy, Patience.
Your word in three easy steps:
First, look in by finding silence and asking three questions.
1. What do I need?
2. What’s in my way?
3. What needs to go?
Find your why:
“The why is always more important than the what.”
From, One Word.
Second, look up by asking God for your word and listening. Don’t stress about your word. Receive it from your maker.
Third, look out by living out your word everywhere you go. But, look out, because one word isn’t predictable. It surprises.
“Don’t check the box; experience the journey.”
From, One Word
Tip: Keep your word front and center everyday.