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3 Words for 2022

3 words

I don't bother with New Year resolutions. But I do like to choose 3 words for the year to follow. This is an exercise that was developed by Chris Brogan back some time ago. It is a wonderful thing to go through. I typically start out with a list of 10-20 words and then think about each one and then whittle the list down until I get my words.

Here they are - 3 words for 2022

Lead - for the first time in my career I have the opportunity to lead a small team. This is also I great time for me to use my expertise and be a leader not a follower. It's time and I'm ready.

Explore - use my curiosity to do and look in to things that I have wanted to do but haven't for whatever reason. Find new things/ hobbies that I may be interested. Take more chances - business, finances, life...

Motion - keep moving. I'm applying this to my body - exercise get back in shape. Also to life in general, no more sitting around and waiting for things to come to me. 

There they are. It's now time for me to live them (and make my sticky note). Haven't tried 3 words yet? Give it a try.


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