About two years ago I posted Goals, guidelines and keywords with my three words for 2009: Trust, Connect and Grow.
About a year ago I posted Ready for 2010 where I listed my three words: Trust, Connect and Grow. I kept the words I had selected for 2009, they were still important to me.
In March 2010 I posted Three Words Become Five. I added Rhythm and Nourish to Trust, Connect and Grow.
My 3 words for 2011
I go back to three words instead of five, I extend what some of my three words stand for. In no specific order they are:
Trust means to trust my inner voice, to build trust and to be trustworthy.
Connect goes outwards (connect to more people in real life and virtually, be visible and valuable) as well as inwards (connect to my inner self). I include creating relationships and to collaborate, together we can achieve more.
Grow covers to grow my business and to grow as person. It includes to learn and share. I am a life long learner, sharing knowledge and ideas is fun. I also include nourish, without that nothing will grow.
My words work well as corners in a triangle, they complete each other and none is more important than the other. My words will guide my actions during the year, it’s easy to check back to them and see if I’m aligned with them or not.
Three Words Elsewhere
Chris Brogan posted My 3 Words for 2011 where he also lists words other have sent him. Mich Sineath created a wordle based on that post, it’s interesting to see which words that stand out.
The last part of Happy Holidays 2009 talks about why new year’s resolutions can be dangerous.
3 thoughts on “My 3 Words for 2011”
Great re-affirmation of your commitment to yourself. I love how you stay inspired plus revisit your words and at the same time refocus the way that these matter for you. One word can be so powerful. Three in a triangle seem even stronger.
Fascinating also how two of the words that stood out in the Wordle are similar to yours. Perhaps a few more out there on the same wavelength.
Wishing you well and may your year be filled with your three words plus more.
I think this word exercise is powerful, regardless if you end up with one word or a handful.
The wordle image is great and seeing two of my words stand out means they are key words to more people than me.
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