Chances are that you have a Word of the Year for 2020.

Or, maybe you are aware of others having a Word of the Year?

Maybe you’d like to choose one but don’t know how?

Either way, by creating a word of the year – it can do powerful things for you, if you let it!

Last year my word of the year was CREATE. I reminded myself each day via a calendar reminder that I can and WILL create.

That I’ve got this!

I believed in my word and I did come out at the end of the year much stronger – in the creation space – because of it.

This year I was heading towards ‘Rockstar’ as I really wanted to “rock” this year BUT after careful consideration and reviewing my business plans for this year, I had a change of mind.

My 2020 Word of the Year is STRONG.

This is a year or pivot and change for me, so I will be STRONG as I navigate through it.

I am mentally powerful.

There may be challenges and roadblocks, but I can and will be strong.

The word ‘strong’ doesn’t just apply to my business circumstances but to my personal life as well.

It is a mindset.

It’s true that our minds are powerful, and we don’t use them to full capacity but if we strive to be positive – it’s amazing what can come out of it.

It doesn’t have to be hard to discover your word of the year. Break it down by asking yourself various guiding questions to get to the heart of what your word is.Click To Tweet

Download a copy of my Word of the Year Guidebook to discover what your word is.

I would love to hear what your word of the year is, drop a comment below or share this post on my Facebook page – so you can hold yourself accountable – with the comment:

My Word of the Year is [and insert your word].

I plan on reminding myself every day to “be strong” and constantly challenge myself. I will create my own vision board based on “strength” and make a playlist of songs that relate to my word as well.

How do you remind yourself?

You could:

  • put a post-it note, with the word in bold, on your computer monitor,
  • have it as your wallpaper on your computer,
  • use a whiteboard marker and write it on your office window. (Yes, it does come off. You should see the whiteboard marker mindmap on my office window!),
  • do a daily reminder on your computer or phone,
  • create a Spotify playlist, or
  • create a Pinterest board.

Choose a way to remind yourself each and every day.

Natalie Campbell