It’s that time of the year! It’s just after Christmas, so I figured this episode would be perfect to focus on — and explore — some new ideas moving into the new year.
Every year, I pick a word that is going to summarize my intention for the following year. In 2018, my word was growth, and as I reflect back on this year I realize we created so many new initiatives that are about growth — not just growing now, but into the future. We truly were able to live up to the intention that I set. Going into 2019, I decided to set my intentions on a new word: momentum. Momentum is something that I find incredibly powerful and important in both health and in business and is crucial in continuing to drive that growth we created in 2018.
So, in this episode, I’m taking you through my list of things that I will be taking with me into the new year to maximize my momentum, as well as the three powerful questions I ask in my practice to help others maximize their potential, as well.
[:15] The focus of today’s solo episode: exploring new ideas moving into 2019!
[1:06] Reflecting on my intentions for 2018 and setting my intentions for 2019.
[4:10] The two important questions we need to ask ourselves to ensure momentum.
[5:11] How do we maintain, initiate, or drive momentum in our lives?
[6:51] The first question I ask: what activities do you do that fuel your life?
[8:38] The second question to ask yourself: address the things that suck the life force from you!
[10:09] The secret sauce to driving momentum!
[11:45] My list of the nine things I’m going to change in 2019 to maximize momentum.
[22:14] What are you putting in place to drive momentum in your life? Let’s continue this conversation on Instagram and Facebook!
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What is your word going to be in 2019? What word is going to summarize your intention, moving into the new year? Draft up a list (feel free to use mine as a guideline!) that are most in alignment with this word and make a commitment to follow through with it in 2019. Be sure to share your list with me on social media because I would love to read it! You can message me on The Entrepology Podcast Facebook page or @drmeghanwalker on Instagram.
“Momentum is something I find incredibly powerful and important both … [in] health … as well as … business.” — Meghan Walker
“I think it’s really important to understand that momentum, itself, is your responsibility.”
— Meghan Walker
“What things do we need to address or … remove from your world? And what things do we need to add to your world? This is the secret sauce of how we gain and earn more momentum.” — Meghan Walker
“I think there’s a real benefit to being able to [just play] as an adult and to have that sort of reckless abandon … and it’s something I want to incorporate more this year.”
— Meghan Walker
“One of the things that I really want to make sure I’m doing this year is that I’m really consciously taking on the things that fuel [my] mission … and very respectfully declining opportunities that are not in alignment with where [I’m] going.” — Meghan Walker