What are some things you’d like to change about yourself?
What distract you from focusing on the change?
Think about your past attempts to change. Have you made resolutions or sweeping promises to change? How well did it work?
Change is possible. But focus is required. It’s time to get single-minded and single-worded about your resolution to change. Are you ready? Well then, keep reading!
LOSE THE LONG LIST OF
If you’re like most people, each January goes something like this: You choose a problematic behavior that has plagued you for years and vow to reverse it. In fact, you can probably think of two or three undesirable habits—make that four or five.
Thus begins the litany of imperfections to be perfected commonly known as “New Year’s Resolutions.” All of which are typically off your radar by February.
“My One Word” is an experiment designed to move you beyond this cycle. The challenge is simple: lose the long list of changes you want to make this year and instead pick ONE WORD.
This process provides clarity by taking all your big plans for life change and narrowing them down into a single focus. Just one word that centers on your character and creates a vision for your future. So, we invite you to join us and pick one word for the next twelve months.
This Sunday, at 11: 15 am, join us in Gage Hall as we begin our 2018 process of choosing our word. There is no cost except a little bit of your time.