One Word Inspirations for 2014

A-Word-of-InspirationA recent study showed that over 80% of people who make New Year’s resolutions do not keep them.  Are you part of this majority?  Do you spend every December 31st creating a lengthy list of what you will or won’t do in the New Year just to be disappointed at your lack of success by February 1st?

This year, we challenge you to stop the resolution list and instead focus on one word that will inspire, motivate and empower you to be all you can be in 2014.  So, what’s your word?  To get you started, here are some of the one-word resolutions from our Generation W community:

ME (“Not a selfish ‘me as an island’, but I’m wanting to push myself to new limits this year to see what I can accomplish.”)—Julie Bavington, Organize with Julie, LLC

ALIGNMENT—Dale Beaman, Beaman Coaching and Company, LLC

DREAM—Mary Hafeman, PGA & LPGA/Mary Hafeman Golf Experience

FOCUS–Mia Hall

PURPOSE—Risa Isard, Fresno Grizzlies

BRAVE–Patti Minglin, Go Girl Communications

BREAKTHROUGH—Laura Morey, SimpleSolutionsDiva.com

GRATEFULNESS–Audrey Moran, Baptist Health

RENEWAL—Angie Orth, Writer, Media Consultant & Adventurer

SUSTAINABILITY–Melissa Ross, First Coast Connect

GRATITUDE–Anita M. Sands

AWARENESS, TRUTH, POWER, CLARITY, LOVE, FORGIVENESS, COMMUNITY, DANCE, PEACE-Blakely Stein, Lady Love Food

PRESENT and JOYFUL–Dana Welch, PGA TOUR Entertainment

LOVE—Claire M. Zovko, Esq., Attorney at Law

What is your word for 2014?  Share with us in the comments below or on Facebook or Twitter

Want even more one-word inspiration?  Read Claire Zovko’s most recent Generation W blog

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What is your word for 2014?  Share with us in the comments below or on Facebook or Twitter

 

Want even more one-word inspiration?  Read Claire Zovko’s most recent Generation W blog