Do you pick a word to be your theme for the new year?
I never used to but a few years ago, I decided to give it a whirl. I picked the word “Thrive” that year and I found that as I made every single decision I began to assess….will this help me thrive?
That year I went through a lot of personal transformation that helped me dissolve several situations that were exhausting me. In their place, I welcomed in opportunities that put me back on track for thriving. Interesting enough, Ariana Huffington came out with her book Thrive that year too.
Now I’m a huge fan of picking a word, but some people struggle with the practice. So I invited a new friend of mine, Maiko Sakai, to join me for this last Amplify Your Success Podcast episode of 2019 to help you uncover YOUR word for the new year.
Be sure to join the conversation in the Amplify Your Authority Community and share your input there too.
- Why goal-setting is not enough to actually achieve your biggest goals in the new year.
- How a word of the year helps you make better decisions and take aligned action.
- Maiko and I share our words for 2020 – and from 2019 – and how our word has helped.
- How to pick the right word that you can stick with (and other worries like, “can you pick the wrong word.”)
About the Guest:
Maiko Sakai, the founder of Airtight Concepts, is a business growth strategy consultant a.k.a. a secret weapon, confidant, advisor & silent partner to her clients who are creative entrepreneurs, founders, and CEOs with the desire to build a high-functioning, profit-generating piece of a beautiful machine. She also organizes a Meetup group, Growth-Driven Entrepreneurs Worldwide in NYC.
As a self-proclaimed “Queen of Counterintuitive Strategies,” she provides effective but not-so-conventional strategies to boost sustainable profitability for her clients’ businesses by utilizing both quantitative & qualitative assessments.
Originally from Yokohama, Japan, Maiko considers herself a New Yorker, loves ethnic foods of all kinds, and is a sucker for ultra-contemporary design & exotic houseplants. She earned her MBA from Johnson School of Management, Cornell University.
Connect With Guest:
Mentioned in This Episode:
- Join the FREE Amplify Your Authority FB Community
- Get Maiko’s Downloadable Worksheet to find your word