“Journaling is an essential part of your self-development success. It is the process where experiences transform into wisdom, and you can effect personal growth.” - Coach Mike
Are you an overthinker? Do you find your thoughts endlessly running, trying to understand a situations, or someone's behaviors, or to predict "what if's"?
Do you struggle with indecision? Are you often "stuck" with too many options and never enough information to make a choice?
Do you have a busy mind, full of thoughts and ideas on how you can improve your life and solve the problems of your
Do you struggle with anger, anxiety, fear, or depression? Your emotions are a part of your thought process, but they originate in a separate part of our mind. Often they arise reactively, and we feel overwhelmed by the intensity, and with uncertainty on how to respond.
Journaling is a form of self-coaching, where you can unpack your thoughts and emotions, analyze them objectively, understand them, and change how you respond.
It is one of the most important tools in self-development.
Learn how Journaling works, why it is so important to understanding your own thoughts and emotions, and how to use these tools effectively to transform how you think, and react.
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I lack clarity and focus, so I started to do journaling with 750words it made me feel good to write daily.
The templates were useful to look at, and I enjoyed Mike's introduction which explained really well the usefulness of journaling. I changed the structure of my journal so now it has three main sections; notable experiences, value based living and goals. I journal everyday before bed so just keep on doing that, and adapt my journaling style as it needs to be done.
By writing things down - especially difficult things- I got a distance to them, and i could analyse them, see if i was living by my values, and even if it was hard to see that, it still helped just putting the thoughts down on paper, and then I could go back and read old notes, and see if anything had changed since, and if not, why?
I journaled every day on top of the journaling. I also mentally questioned myself during the day sometimes. Seeing thoughts as a more of a flag in the sand then actual truth is helpful. I really enjoy taking time to reflect.