Episode 018: The Power of Setting A Yearly Focus Word [Podcast]
How to pick a word of the year! Happy New Year! For this episode of the Boss Mom Podcast, Dana and NJ are back with a bang and talking about their words of the year for 2016, why it’s important to share hobbies with your kids and their current TV crushes. Let’s dive right in!
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In this episode you’ll hear:
- Dana and NJ talk about their word of the year.
- Why NJ has two words for the year (hint hint… she’s got one for business and one for her personal life).
- How to make your word of the year meaningful.
- Why it’s okay if you don’t settle on a word of the year right away.
- Why it’s important to share your hobbies with your kids.
- Dana & NJ talk about their TV crushes… it’s adorable.
Recommended links and resources:
The cutie The Flash
The cutie Coach Eric Tayor
Can I quote you on that?
- I realized I spent too much time and energy trying to make things happen instead of being patient to see how things would play out. – NJ
- There has to be a why behind I everything do. Instead of throwing spaghetti at the wall to see what sticks, I’m going to throw spaghetti at the wall because I know it will stick. -NJ
- I spent some time not working with ideal clients last year. The work wasn’t meaningful to me. – NJ
- I’m doing less this year, but I’m going to accomplish more. – Dana
- Do less, but do it better. -Dana
- I’m always a fan of any goal that includes the word napping. – NJ
- Setting a word can be really powerful for your year. – Dana.
- You’ve set a word for the year, but what are you going to to to make it purposeful for you? – Dana
- A word can mean nothing or a word can mean everything. – Dana
- Use your word of the year as a tool in your life, motherhood, relationships, and business. – NJ
- I set my goals from a place where my word of the year lived. – NJ
- There is nothing magical about January 1. – NJ
- It’s okay to not settle on a word right away. – NJ
- Let’s make 2016 the year we stop doing things that don’t matter to us. – Dana
- Don’t just work with people that make your heart sing, bring that into your motherhood too. Share your hobbies with your kids! – NJ
- With great power comes great responsibility. – Spiderman
- Super Heroes are not my love language. – NJ
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What is your word of the year? How are you going to use it this year?
Are you Team Flash or Team Coach Taylor? Who is your TV crush?
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