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What’s Your Theme Word for 2017?

Personal Development & Spirituality -

What’s Your Theme Word for 2017?

“Release and detach from every person, every circumstance, every condition, and every situation that no longer serves a divine purpose in your life. All things have a season, and all seasons must come to an end. Choose a new season, filled with purposeful thoughts and activities.” – Iyanla Vanzant

On New Year’s Eve, I got up early and went to a coffee shop near my house to cozy up with a chai tea latte and set my intentions for what I want to create in 2017.

This is an essential part of my year-end ritual using my 2016-2017 Annual Review/Preview Reflection Guide. If you haven’t completed your own review/preview yet, I highly encourage you to do so. Reflection is one of the most powerful tools for personal development!

Click here to download the free review/preview guide

As part of my reflection process, I also chose a theme word that best describes what I want to experience in 2017.

My theme word for the coming year is: 


It’s 2017.

This is what I am choosing:

I choose to release everything that no longer serves me or my purpose here on earth.

I choose to eliminate all negative and limited beliefs.

I choose to let go of the past and step into my future.

I choose to forgive and move forward.

I choose to believe that all my relationships are growing and expanding.

I choose to believe that I am always loved and supported.

I choose to believe that anything and everything is possible for me.

I choose to create the life of my dreams.

I choose to help others and leave a legacy for black women all over the world.

I choose to take good care of myself so that I can care for others.

I choose to be authentic.

I choose to become more of who I really am.

I choose to be set free.

What about you? What are you choosing – starting now?

What’s your theme word for 2017?

Leave a comment below and let me know…

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