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In episode 101, I talk to Mary Byers, an author, speaker, and coach who helps organizations and individuals set priorities and develop winning focus. Mary shares her experience with her “One Word Year” experiment. She has let one word guide her each year for the last decade, and she explains how that’s helped her to concentrate on what’s most important, simplify her focus, and improve her life.
Mary and I discuss the power of this practice and Mary provides guidance on how to pick a word, how to let it guide you, and when to abandon it. I explain the impact of feelings-based goals v. behaviour-based goals and the importance of flexibility when it comes to permanently changing habits and thinking. I also share my “one word” for the new year and how it came to me after I became an empty nester earlier this fall.
The “One Word Year” is a wonderful alternative to making a laundry list...
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Why do so many resolutions fail? I answer this question and provide several options for “rethinking your resolutions” this year and setting yourself up for lasting success.
What might happen if you set goals around how you wanted to feel, instead of what you wanted to do?
Or stacked one small habit on top of another, instead of reaching for that extreme “quick fix” solution?
If you’ve made resolutions year after year, with little to no permanent results, this podcast episode is for you! Try different this year, not harder.