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We’re two weeks into the new year (the year of the Tiger by the way), if you had propositions you problably already broke at least one of them…right?
Instead of propositions I have another idea which is a little bit more simple to live by. All it takes for you is to scribble down three tiny words on a paper and every now and then go back to them, let’s say twice a month.
The concept is very simple:
Come up with three words to guide you through this year. You should set your goals around these words. Whenever you feel a bit lost, these three words will serve as guiding lights and help you get on track again.
Pick words that are clear and actually guide you. Don’t pick any words you might run the risk not to remember why you chose them. Keep in mind that these words are not goals in themselves, you should set goals according to them.
Here’s my three words for 2010:
Create: This year I will embrace that one gift we all have – the possibility to create. To be able to create something from nothing, and if better, create something useful to others is big!
Enjoy: Sometimes we worry too much. I am going to accept who I am and start to enjoy life.
Give: I believe that in order to receive, one must give. A lot of opportunities have been given to me in my life. I would like to start to give back.
What are your tiny three words for a big 2010.
Hat tip to Chris Brogan who I believe came up with this great idea.
Illustration by MQ
|Barcelona, 21. January 2010
Creativity | Goals | Habits
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