My word of the year for 2018
Happy New Year!
I hope you’re enjoying the first day of 2018. I’m just taking the day off after a beautiful event for a dear client last night (I posted on my event planning Instagram account HERE), and I’m already thinking about my exciting goals.
I’m very grateful for all the friendships on social media, and I hope I will be able to collaborate a lot more with my amazing connections this year.
My word for 2018 is COLLABORATE. I know and met so many creative and talented professionals on Instagram, Periscope, Facebook and Twitter in the past couple of years and, even though I don’t know many of them in person it feels like we’ve been friends forever. We know a lot about each other, we see each other a lot thanks to posted images and videos, and we support each other on a regular basis. If you’re reading this post you are one of them!
With all this talent and creativity that we have to offer, why not create something together that can benefit our audiences, our fans, our clients? How can you and I create a winning relationship?
I was also thinking, how can we create a space where we ask for collaborations, we look for the perfect match, we search for partners or guests to add value and expertise to our products, services, live shows, blog posts, articles, or books? Would a Facebook group exclusively dedicated to opportunities for collaborations make any sense to you? Is there one already? I’m thinking about creating one, regardless of your industry, regardless of your specialty. This would be a place where we all come together, we share our ideas, and we find like-minded and driven individuals who want to succeed in 2018 like you and me.
Let’s share ideas here and make 2018 our best yet together!
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Holistic Precision Life Coach, Brain Wellness Coach, and Life-Work Balance Strategist for busy professionals. I blend well-being principles with epigenetics, neuroscience, positive psychology, and mindfulness techniques to implement effective behavior changes.