This week you will need to watch my video so that the following makes sense. I have broken my finger and typing is a chore!
Based on your values and what you want to focus on in 2023…what is your guiding word for 2023?
In retrospect, mine have been:
And for 2023, it will be: POSITIVITY
That’s me on my new board – she’s called Hot Pink.
Here is how to find Shawna in Port Perry, Ontario:
They are offering a workshop to take you through this process on January 23rd (LIVE!).
If you had to choose a guiding word for this year, what would it be?
My new word for the year: Fearless! Happy New Positivity Year, Sheri. Hope you get all your other sh$% done while convalescing!
Yes Sylvia! You are going to accomplish great things with your fearless attitude this year.
My word for the year is LEAD. I feel like I’ve let some things slide over the last couple of years. It’s time to dig in again and lead strongly. Lead my thoughts, lead my kids, lead my patients and lead my business. I love your word Sheri! Positivity is infectious and that’s one thing we could all stand to catch more of😉!
Shawna, thanks so much for a great idea! I have heard others pick a word for their year, yet I love your approach of starting with values. I figured a few things out while picking my guiding word and why Positivity was so important to me.
My word for 2023 is Listen. Turning 68 last month and with the many changes that happened in December 2022 has helped me more fully understand what the word listen is. Listen doesn’t mean hearing words. With my sisters passing I was able to be fully present with her not though her words of the past but more importantly through our laughing and crying and knowing, through our collective being. My partner of 44 years can no longer communicate with words but I know that, when I come into his hospital room and he immediately falls asleep that he is comforted in the knowledge that I am here. Listening allows for knowledge and experiences that I hold dear. Listening can bring a positivity in dealing with some of life’s most challenging times. Positivity – what a great word Sheri.
Coleen, many of us do not know how to listen. We are so worried about being heard that we don’t hear, not to mention acknowledge and listen. You have been such a comfort to many over the years and it sounds as though this winter you have been an important comforting presence. You don’t just hear people, you see them. Wishing you peace in tough times. Much love.