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One Exercise that Will Change your Life

I have only one exercise prescription for you for the rest of the year!  Are you ready?

What do all the following words have in common? Gratitude, forgiveness, surrender, heal, inspire, serve, give, move, mission, balance, courage, fearless, bold, move.  They are god words not good words. They have a higher meaning when taken with weight. 

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Based on the best selling book “One Word that will Change your Life” by Jon Gordon, every year Shahana and I and our team pick one word to help guide us and our decisions during the year. For example, when Shahana had our first child Eshaan she picked the word “legacy” and the following year was “thrive” as her body recovered from the sacrifice. When I injured myself in 2012, I needed to focus on my exercises and recovery. A friend who lost a loved one, their word was faith. 

Millions of people are doing this exercise, its our forth year and it truly works.

50% of all resolutions for the year are broken by end of January.  It’s time to do something different, 2019 is going to fly by!

 If you wake up in the morning and see the world through the lens of your “word” you become it. We must simple ask our selves what do we want for 2019? What do we want to invite into our lives. While I know its a busy time, preparing ourselves for growth and change takes reflection. Please consider taking a few minutes of quiet introspection daily on what “word” will help guide you to a better  2019.  Order the book or get the audio, its only a 45 min read! 

Please share your word when you find it or email me with any questions.

With gratitude,

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2 Join the Conversation

  1. Enid says
    Dec 24, 2018 at 4:36 PM

    My one word for 2019 is : Improve. That means improving all areas of my life.

  2. Judy Olan says
    Dec 24, 2018 at 10:02 PM

    BELIEVE was the word my sister gave me when I was facing the challenge of chemo and radiation for breast cancer. That was 17 years ago... BELIEVE got me through the second diagnosis of cancer again 7 years ago. I have passed the word to many other people now. There is a special joy when you can enable people to see that they are capable of great things when they BELIEVE. The word I gave my sister was FAITH... she passed away one year ago, but her strength was amazing and she kept the word close to her heart till the end. It is a beautiful how one word can change our lives...

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