What’s your verb?
Years ago I was taking a terrific Reunion seminar with Alex Mandossian and the other graduates of his programs… and one of the exercises he took us through was, “What’s your verb?”
It’s a verb, a doing, that permeates who you are and your impact on the world.
- Steve Jobs innovates.
- Sigmund Freud analyzes.
- Ernest Hemingway writes.
- Oprah Winfrey elevates.
- Richard Branson improves.
- Jim Carrey performs.
This can be a really deep exercise. And a fabulous resource when you’re feeling lost, confused, or hard on yourself. It reminds you who you are.
My verb is “transmute.” It’s what I do automatically. It’s my perspective on life. It’s the essense of my work: transmuting the ugliest, most painful, most unlovable, leaden human experiences into gold. Into love itself.
What’s your verb? PLEASE SHARE IT BELOW!
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Catalyzes, Awakens, Amplifies.
Great, Annie. And what word encompasses the three into one verb?
Unique! I’m never heard that one.
It is really original!Till that moment I have not thought about my verb. I think it is: socialize.
My verb is, always has been and always will be very simply ‘create’.
Excellent. Thanks, David.
My verb is help,support and awakening