What’s “Your Word” for 2023 to Help You Achieve Your Goals? by Renee

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What’s “Your Word” for 2023 to Help You Achieve Your Goals?

The new year is a great time for reflection, for change and for making plans. Life is crazy and having a daily reminder of what you want to actively work toward every day can be powerful. Choosing a WORD is a simple and intentional way to spotlight your goals and help you stay on track to achieve them.

Choosing a word is simple. Think about what you want to achieve personally, professionally and spiritually. Think about what brings you joy or challenges you. Then ask yourself: What word will help me achieve my goal? Here's a few responses from my friends and family:

  • “God.” – Phyllis Kornegay
  • “Hope.” – Gary Kornegay
  • “Adventure.” – Melanie Wiley
  • “Self-care.” – Christi Jones Brubaker
  • “Aware.” – Mckenna Underwood
  • “Rely-on-others. OK, so that’s three words, but it can sound like one word if you say it really fast. It says a lot about our society that we have the word ‘self-reliant” but no positive word that means you rely upon those important to you.” – Shannon Hocutt
  • “Trust.” – Carol Lynn Quigley

So tell us your word for 2023. Why is it your word?

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My word for 2019 is FOCUS. I want to focus more on what makes me happy and what will help me reach my goals- whatever they are. Less is more and what you focus on grows!
Elisa Schmitz
This is awesome, Renee Herren ! I agree that less is more and simpler is better. I'm thinking of several words that work for me. I'll let you know when I pick just one, ha! #purpose #community #impact #love #gratitude
Ann Marie Patitucci
Love this, Renee Herren ! I’ll be thinking about my word!
Meredith Schneider
Love this Renee Herren! #Inspire is my word for 2019. It covers every area of life. xoxoxo
Donna John
My word is "change."
Tiffany Zook
My word is “Finish”! Get ‘er done and move on....
Noreen Braman
My word for 2019 is "Forward!" yes, with an exclamation point, because that is the direction I want to go - and go with energy!
Elisa Schmitz
Love all these inspiring words! Renee Herren , I wanted to circle back and share my word for the year. It's "less," as in, "less is more." I'm trying to simplify and make everything I do matter (instead of doing stuff that doesn't). Thank you for the inspiration! Ann Marie Gardinier Halstead Meredith Schneider Donna John Tiffany Zook Noreen Braman Sheri B Doyle
Julio Caro
Thanks For Sharing,,,,
Ann Marie Patitucci
Love this! My 2023 word is wellness.

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