Week 3/52: 3 words for 1 year

Week 3 and this project kicks off with some serious thought. My husband sent this “3 words” project to me and I love it’s simplicity and focus.

“Maybe you want to publish your first book in 2014. That might make one of your words “published.” But the question is, will that remind you DAILY to take an action? Maybe you make the word “300,” as in “write 300 words a day, every day, with no excuses.” See how that works?”

Read this quick post from Chris Brogan and then comment, facebook, tweet or email me with your 3 words.

Here are mine:

Challenge – I want to challenge my body with training, physically and mentally. To do new things and think outside the box. I want to challenge my clients to reach far beyond what they ever thought capable. And to charge head on in my new business adventures. This word will also remind me that the rest of you are out there completing this challenge as well.

Time – I want this word to remind me to be resourceful with my time, to not waste it and be productive. This word will also remind me to be fully present and undistracted during family time.

Kind – This world needs a little more kindness. Helping others, smiling more, and being kind when others might not.

 

Your goal this week is to read the 3 words post and write down your 3 words. Physically write them down or put them in your phone. Or maybe a sticky  note so you can see them every day. If you’re like me, you might feel the urge to be a little lazy and just think of those words or come up with some bland ideas. But I encourage you to really put some thought into this. Then comment, reply, Facebook, tweet or email me.

 

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3 Responses to “Week 3/52: 3 words for 1 year”

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  1. Cori says:

    Seriously love this idea!

  2. Dawson says:

    TEACH – Teaching/coaching our athletes to move more efficiently is very important to making gains in the gym. I love watching our athletes get stronger, faster, more confident, etc. The smile is when they PR on a lift making our teaching/coaching all worth while. The more I learn, the more they learn. The more they learn, the more I learn. It’s a great circle!

    STRENGTH – Becoming stronger physically, mentally, emotionally is key to being successful on the platform, in your profession, and in life. Strong body. Strong mind. Strong soul.

    HEART – Nothing gets done without a lot of heart. If you are truly passionate about what you are doing you are going to do it to the best of your ability. Without heart comes failure. Sure we learn and grow from failure but we succeed with heart. Heart builds character. Character defines us.

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