Archive | October, 2012

Ask the Reader: Are You Creative?

Tweet Creativity is just connecting things. When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn’t really do it, they just saw something. It seemed obvious to them after a while. That’s because they were able to connect experiences they’ve had and synthesize new things. – Steve Jobs […]

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Are You Embarrassed To Keep A Journal? – 4 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Be

Tweet I must admit, this didn’t even occur to me until someone mentioned it. Then, I couldn’t stop thinking about it. I thought, what if this is one of the things that holds people back. What if, this embarrassment is the reason why they are not utilising this super-powerful tool for success? I decided, therefore, […]

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Becoming A Polymath – My Personal Challenge

Tweet image credit   Recently, I came across this article about becoming a polymath. The concept fascinated me, because it gave me a term for a goal I already had. A goal of Learning. It’s been almost a decade since I left full-time education, but I can honestly say that I’ve never stopped learning. Education […]

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Journaling Posts Collection

Tweet Many of you may not have seen various journaling posts I have done for other blogs, so here is a collection of them. I hope you will find them useful.  Productivity – Three Simple Steps to Create A Powerful Productivity Journal Self Growth – The Direct Path to Becoming An Expert  Positivity – Four […]

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Creating Space for Journaling

Tweet Journaling requires space. Both emotional and physical. I discussed this previously on Journal Addict. This is a revised edition of that post.  When keeping a journal becomes a second nature, all many of us need is to simply pick up our journal and a pen, and start scribbling. Location, as long as relative privacy […]

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How To Get Past Fears That Stop You From Living Your Dreams

Tweet FEAR. The word itself is uncomfortable. Say it out loud, and you may get this feeling of discontent, as if you just want to shove the word away, get away from it as fast as possible. It’s a little word with a lot of power. Because we give it power. That’s right. We feed […]

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