If you’re not familiar with the process, back in 2006, Chris started his year by choosing three words to serve as a guide for the upcoming year.
Chris has shared his 3 words every year since then.
The Three Words aren’t your goals, per se, but are more values to help you enjoy the year you want to have.
As a result, I’ve been using the 3 Words practice for a few years now.
The last time I shared my 3 words publicly was during My 2018 Year in Review And How It’s Done.
Therefore, for 2022, I thought I’d share my words publicly again.
I hope that in doing so, it might inspire you to think about how you craft your year ahead!
My 3 Words for 2022
My words for 2022 are:-
- To give me more margin and to add to the quality of my life, I will subtract the tasks, obligations, people and items that no longer bring me joy.
- To improve my peace and wellbeing, I will forgive myself and other people for things that haven’t gone as I would have liked.
- To increase my happiness, I will commit time to doing more things that nourish me personally and professionally.
How to use your 3 Words
I’ve learned that my words act as a guide.
As a result, any time you think you need think you need a reminder of what you’re aiming to achieve, you can review your 3 words.
For instance, I have my 3 words printed and pinned to my main work desk. The words act as a daily reminder to myself.
If you’d like to learn more about the process, then Chris Brogan gives an excellent overview on his blog.
What are YOUR words for 2022?
Now, it’s over to you!
What are your 3 words for 2022?
Remember that, as always, I’d love to hear from you. You can get in touch with me, or share more about your words in the comments below.
For instance, feel free to share a link below to a blog post with more about your words.
Plus, if you need some inspiration, other people are already sharing their three words on social media with the hashtag #my3words.
Here’s to a heathy and happy 2022 for us all!