Posted by: craigsblogs72 | April 22, 2013

Choosing the right words with 365 days of getting it done

Choosing the right words with 365 days of getting it done continues to have an impact on the way life unfolds. When was the last time you took stock of the language you used. Whether talking with a friend, writing a blog (ha!) or preparing a proposal, when did you really think about the words you brought to life?

365 days of getting it done, due to the daily focus, has highlighted the importance of the words used in my every day language. Since the outset of this blog, continually improving has been one of the background themes and just by using that term, my world has become vibrant and alive.

Again, look at the last two adjectives. “Vibrant” and “alive”. The more focus given to positive words, the more this creates new connections in my brain, allowing new ways to look and think about everyday stuff. Since taking on board a genuine desire to take on the paradigm of continually improving, my daily life interactions are un-freaking-believable.

Just a few short months in from taking a daily look at what I do, how I act, the language I use to communicate and the focus to continually improve have now put me in a position where I’m now having a positive impact on the world – at home and with a global community.

Sure, there are days where they are less that satisfying but they are becoming rarer. I believe we can live a life of wonderment, excitement, happiness and “creative” challenges. It comes down to how we perceive just about everything.

You can choose to be aggressive. You can choose to be empathetic. You can choose whatever the hell you want. Just know that there are consequences.

By choosing the right words that describe your perception, your life, your being – you can choose a fulfilling life of 365 days of getting it done. It’s a little challenging at first but once you get the hang of it, it is a real game changer!

Up for the challenge?

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