It Only Takes One Word
The word “health” adopted me for 2014. I used the “One Word” concept and just listened. Health is the word that stuck.
One Word isn’t a resolution. I haven’t made one of them in years.
One Word is a focal point that gives direction and purpose to what I do. It’s not a have-to. It’s a want-to. It’s already surprising me.
What comes in:
Physical health begins with what we put in our mouths. Leadership health begins with what we let into our hearts and minds.
Health is about what I see, hear, and think about.
Health includes the people I let in. Hang with energy givers as much as possible. When you find a friend, treasure and nurture them.
When I make decisions or engage in activities I use my word health:
- Is it healthy?
- Does this promote healthy relationships?
- Am I leaving people more healthy than when I found them?
Perhaps you would enjoy the One Word idea?
“One Word,” summarized: “Don’t Make a Resolution; Find a Word.”
“One Word,” applied: “The Secret to Focusing on What Matters.”
The book: “One Word that will Change Your Life.”
How might One Word impact your leadership?