Use Your Journal To Record Your Experience

journalingAs you grow and expand yourself or your business, it is important to record your experience. If you do not journal already, please start right away. It is critical to understanding yourself.

It is important to incorporate journaling into your daily life. The purpose of a journal is to draw out what is within you. Journaling is a wonderful process because it combines both left brain and right brain activities and synthesizes both experiences. Writing tends to be logical and sequential. Yet, when you get lost in it, your right brain creativity kicks in.

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The Benefits of Keeping a Daily Journal

JournalingJournals are nothing new, they have been around for centuries. Everyone knows about Anne Frank of course, and the two years she spent hiding from the Nazis, and historians can never forget about Samuel Pepys, whose diary provided us a glimpse of what life was like back in 17th Century London. But why did these people keep an account of their daily lives? Why does anyone? It’s certainly not for preserving history.

Truth is, there are many reasons and benefits people write about the day-to-day happenings of their lives. Some of them are:

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Journal the Journey…

journalingWriting one of the fundamental means of communication. We use it to connect with family, friends, co-workers near and far. Communication is paramount to understanding, growth, peace, etc. We acknowledge that without communication the flow of life simple couldn’t exist. But what about communication and connecting with the inner self? In essence the inner self is the universal compass that guides and directs us from a deep wellspring of knowledge and wisdom.

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7 Benefits of Keeping a Success Journal

journalingHow many times, at the end of your day have you gotten ready for bed, laid your head on your pillow, replayed the events of the day and thought, “I wish I had done this” or “maybe I should have done that?” More often than not our focus turns to what we didn’t get done that day rather than what we did accomplish.
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Convert Your Inner Critic to Coach With Journal Writing Therapy

journalingWe all have Inner Critics. Some of us have several of them. Journal therapy practice helps us to plow through the Critic’s debilitating tactics, and transform them into useful coaching. The recipe calls for plenty of pen, paper, and journaling, tunneling through the morass of inner doubt, guilt, and fear until we can begin to see the light of day with greater consistency.
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Journaling For The Casual Journaler

JournalingMuch has been written about the physical health benefits of expressive journal writing: reduced stress, improved immune system function, reduced depressive symptoms, improved liver and lung function, and reduced blood pressure – to name a few. Of lesser emphasis in research papers and in the general population is a discussion of the social and behavioral outcomes of writing therapy.
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Journaling for Health

journalingKeeping a regular journaling practice can have a huge positive effect on an individual’s confidence, self-knowledge, and success in all kinds of endeavors. The power of journaling is not well known, but once you start journal writing you come to know how dramatically it can improve your life.
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Five Reasons to Start a Daily Journal

journalingKeeping a journal can have a tremendous impact in your life. If you’re thinking about starting a daily journal, try to write a little bit every day to get a feel for it. After a couple of weeks, you may begin to look forward to writing, and you will discover many benefits to writing about your daily experiences.
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