Do you set goals? What about New Year’s resolutions? Why not create a theme for a year?
After years of experience with goals and resolutions, I’ve found a theme for a year creates a new way of living into my focus. A theme, the umbrella for the year, supersedes goals. It forms a rudder for progress.
Using themes for the past 15 years has given me a pathway to evolve. I find I more easily relate to the person I choose to become using themes.
My themes for several of those years have connected with heart and heart-centered, creative living. Each theme provides a general focus that helps me set boundaries and expand my horizons.
Readers of this blog can download my e-book about Themes here. (No registration required.)
The e-book includes a discussion of five different ways you can pick your theme. As a bonus, it also gives documents a short workshop session in which you illustrate your theme. Because I know it can be challenging to even think about such things, there is an audio centering included with the workshop.
Download the Ebook: Inspire Your Best Year Yet
I invite you to download your copy of this e-book (Theme for a Year Ebook Link) for yourself and then set a theme you can live into for this year.
Let me know how it goes.
Seven of us experimented with creating a theme. Using up-cycled Altoid tins, each participant made a box to showcase their theme for the year. Our intentions were similar but our creations were dramatically different.
Create your theme for a year! Download my free ebook to discover how and go for it. Theme for a Year Link: