Do any of these 7 Words Express who You are?


I feel that words which elicit passion, drive and enthusiasm should always be “at the ready”. On the tip of your tongue, so to speak.

At the very least, hold them in your thought bank and ‘withdraw’ when ready or when needed.

These words can add value in your life, if you allow them. They also allow you to Express Yourself!

By the way, Expression Sessions are a vibrant  addition to my Life Coaching. You can now express yourself right here  … scroll down page to “Expression session”.

I digress, back to this week’s action.

Try these 7  ‘value adding’ words on for size and see if they fit your ‘self expression’. And while you are at it, you may wish to suggest some of your own descriptions for the words highlighted [if you don’t like mine]. OR suggest some expressive words of your own.

I’d love to hear them.Do you express yourself Blog Post


Full of life, in harmony with oneself and my surroundings, listener, energetic, lover, Team Manager or Coach


Full of life, anticipate wonderful things, life is good, each day is cherished,  valuable team player


plentiful ideas, thought expansion, wall buster, problem solver, best friend


action taker, deliberate, meaningful, authentic, solution fanatic, Goal shooter


idea creator, flow, outside the box, different, creative, goal scorer, Team Captain


Art, artistic, something from nothing, rule breaker, “there are only solutions”, influencer

Feel good

harmony, in sync with inner self, peaceful, goal kicker ….. and ‘all of the above’


How do You express Yourself fellow Life Lover?

Life is too short to lack self Expression.


Be good to yourself


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  • Victor October 15, 2013, 6:23 pm


    Wow. I would say more than one. I love all of them actually, and I can see bits and pieces of each within. They are all very great qualities! I like peaceful, composed, playful, and harmonious too (my own descriptors).

    You got me thinking now. It’s a great post. Thanks for sharing David.

  • Angela Artemis|Powered by Intuition October 15, 2013, 8:42 pm

    Hi David,
    Great words to invoke that carry a lot of positive energy! I love “vibrancy!”
    I think it really covers a lot of ground.
    If you are vibrant you’re likely to be excited, energetic and creative (another favorite).
    I will think of myself as vibrant from now on. Thank you for this wonderful gift.

    • David Stevens October 16, 2013, 1:52 am

      Hi Angela,
      Delighted to see you as “Vibrant” … and it’s one of my favourites as well.
      Be good to yourself

  • Betsy/Zen Mama October 16, 2013, 2:46 am

    Your rite really grabbed me! And as I scrolled down I realized that …most of the time… I am all your words. You’ve inspired me!!

  • Elle October 16, 2013, 8:25 pm

    This is great David. Love the idea of value adding words…not sure which are my favourite so I think I’ll try them all on for size.

  • Adrienne October 17, 2013, 6:02 pm

    Hey David,

    Okay, I’m all of those things but I don’t think I’m as artistic and creative as I would like to be. Ask a few friends of mine and they’ll say I’m nuts. See, I don’t always view myself like others do so I guess that’s the reason.

    Other then that I’m definitely all of those things and probably more. Yeah, I’m a very bubbly, outgoing and positive person. I definitely love life and helping others so I have a pretty big heart too.

    Great post, love this idea so thanks for sharing. Hope you’re enjoying your week.


    • David Stevens October 17, 2013, 8:53 pm

      Hi Adrienne,
      Thank You so much for contributing here. I can see all those ‘Words’ are wrapped up in you. Continue your great work please.
      Be good to yourself

  • Suzie Cheel October 19, 2013, 7:17 am

    I love the last 3 they express who I be

    • David Stevens October 20, 2013, 9:02 pm

      That sounds terrific to me Suzie!
      Be good to yourself