2021 has been a tough year, and a lot of you may feel like giving up hope in 2022. After all, we thought we were done with the COVID-19 pandemic this year, but that didn’t happen! Who’s to say the next year will be any better?

Mindset coaching will help you break this through process so that you can enter 2022 with a positive perspective. One of the ways you can do this is to come up with a word that sets the tone for your 2022!

Why New Years Resolutions Fail

Almost everyone enters the new year with a list of resolutions – but most people end up failing to achieve what they set out to do. Why does this happen?

First of all, these resolutions are usually easy to forget. As we go about the year, we may stop feeling like the resolutions are still applicable. We get bored of them when the year progresses and feel like it’s no longer rewarding to keep trying to achieve the goals.

Another great obstacle to succeeding with resolutions is the fact that the mindset has not changed. We may come into 2022 having things we want to achieve, but if our perspective is still related to hopelessness or wanting to give up, we won’t be able to succeed.

This is why, before you can reach your goals within the new year, you will need to be able to change how you think about yourself and the future.

Word of the Year for 2022

Mindset coaching wants to tackle the problem of our mindsets so that we can feel hopeful about 2022. One of the best ways to do this is by coming up with a word of the year. I was talking to a friend of mine recently and she brought me up to speed on the ‘word’ theory and I fell in love with it immediately.

For 2022, my word is going to be ‘More’. I’m going to do more, be more, and have more in my life. This means that I would want to get involved in more networking events, aim to have more clients and be able to help more people. I have also decided to be more present in my own personal life – for me, for my children, and for my partner!

Are you looking for your own word of the year? Here are some great choices for you.


If you are going into 2022 feeling weak, it’s time to let go of that. Go into the year declaring that you are strong enough to go through the challenges ahead and that everything will equip you to build you up.


Tired of the negativity and insecurity that you’ve been carrying with you throughout the years? 2022 is the year when you will break it off! Choose to hold on to the word ‘authentic’ in the next year.

This will remind you of the need to remain true to yourself, no matter what life throws at you.


Maybe the COVID-19 pandemic has brought you down. Maybe you don’t like who you’ve become now, and you want to make a change. Now is the best time to do it.

Go into the new year believing that you can change – and you will! One of the best things about the coaching mindset is that it’s incredible how your mind can change your life. That’s why more and more people are asking mindset coaching questions and looking for their own coach.


If you feel like you’ve lost hope or have given up in 2021, decide to make a change in 2022! It’s time to dream again, to have new goals, and to believe that you can do better and be better.

What are the things that you have always wanted to achieve, but always thought were impossible? In 2022, set yourself up to succeed in attaining those dreams.

What Is Important When Choosing Your Word for 2022?

How do you decide on the best word for 2022? You will have to sit down and take some time to think about your priorities. What do you really want to see in 2022?

This will help you decide where you want to focus, and what it is you may want to change about your current life. By doing this, you get to set a theme for the next year to continuously get encouraged about what you want to achieve.

How Mindset Coaching Can Help You

2021 has been a tough year – but that doesn’t mean 2022 has to be the same! Talking to someone with a mindset coaching certification can help you achieve the best year you’ve had so far.

Give me a call and we can go through your struggles with approaching the new year.