Rather than setting New Year’s Resolutions (that you forget about by February), a lot of people are now choosing one word to focus on each year instead. This method is called The Word of the Year, and it’s the perfect way to keep your focus on what matters the most.
I’ve been doing this for a few years now and it’s made a huge difference in my life. I thought it might be helpful to share some past words that have worked well for me.
Some of them were a phrase, rather than just one word, and some were for just a season, rather than for an entire year.
2016 – Connect with JOY
My Word of the Year for 2017 was AUDACITY.
You can read why I chose it and how it affected my year HERE.
Hope (Joyful Expectation)
Read about why I chose this word HERE.
One little word can make such a difference,
but only if you focus on it.
Some years I forgot what my word was after a couple months, and other years I was able to stay focused on it all year. Want to know what made the difference?
I, along with with 6 other women of faith will be revealing our secrets to how to choose a word of the year and stay focused on it all year during the Word of the Year Workshop – a live online interactive event in January.
Go HERE for more details and to register for the Word of the Year Workshop.
Did you know that connecting
with God along with others
This will be an interactive workshop with prompts and exercises to help you discover & implement your word of the year.
It will include biblical teaching, steps to find your personal word for 2023, testimonies from past Words of the Year, and ways to keep your word alive in your heart and before your eyes all year long.
and not just going with the flow.
It’s time to seek the Lord and
His plan for your 2023!
—>>> Comment below and let me know what your Word of the Year is!
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I don’t have one picked out yet. I know it will come to me. I am thinking peace. His peace, John 14:27.
2021 was seek, 2022 persevere and this year it is focus. I find it very helpful to have a word of the year!