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One Powerful Word: A Simple Alternative to New Year’s Resolutions

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Each year, I choose one word as my guiding star.  I find this a simple and enriching process.  This single word – or phrase – keeps me aligned with my most important focus for profound personal growth.

If you would like to explore how to discover your word for the year and how to remember it, please enjoy my previous posts on the topic:

I hope you find the perfect word that accelerates your personal growth and leads you to more peace and happiness.

Have you selected your word for the year yet?  I would love to hear about it.  Mine might be “practice.”

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The Heart of December: Dream Carefully!


Welcome to my monthly collection of inspiring and helpful articles, books, and resources plus a mini-monthly review.

Outstanding Articles & Books

The first four articles offer insight and solace in response to tragedy and loss.  The next six will help you set a direction for 2013.  The others are simply my favorite posts on a variety of personal development topics.

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The Secret to One Powerful Word: The Simple Alternative to New Year’s Resolutions

star decorationEach year I choose a single word or phrase as my guiding star for the next 365 days.

A tremendous power seems to unleash itself when I place my attention gently but wholeheartedly on one designation, one destination.

You’ll find creative ideas for discovering your own perfect word and tips on how to bring it to life in my previous articles on the one word alternative to New Year’s resolutions.

But here’s a secret I haven’t yet shared.  One that I just realized for myself.

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Have You Activated Your 2011 Word?

It sounds so simple, but even a single word can elude you.

It can seem too concentrated, too powerful, or too intimidating.  Sundry challenges might interfere causing you to lose touch with your precious word.  And, as the saying goes, old habits die hard.

Have you lost touch with your word? Or, is your word filling your life with meaning and purpose?

2011 One Word Resolution

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