Archive | August, 2014

The Search for Self is Constant

Tweet  image by anotherphotograph   Most people assume that one day  they will discover themselves. The way they talk about it, it seems like they are expecting to have all the answers so that the file labelled SELF could be called complete. Is there a definitive list of questions that you must answer before you […]

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Journaling Exercise: Write A Review

Tweet  image by olivander   For today’s journaling exercise, let’s do something fun (probably). I want you to write a review of a book you just read, or a movie you just watched. You can also write a review for a play or a performance that you have seen recently. Write a review, as if you […]

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Ask the Readers: Do You Use Journaling for Professional Development?

Tweet  image by paulworthington   Most people tend to use journaling for personal growth, and that’s great because journaling can take your personal development to a whole new level. But it can do the same for your professional development. If you want a successful career, or even if you are just trying to figure out what […]

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Why Do You Expect More From The People You Love?

Tweet  It is easier to forgive an enemy than it is to forgive a friend.  – William Blake   Think about the people in your life, from those you care about the most to those who are mere acquaintances, and the people you don’t like at all. If you pay attention, you will discover that […]

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Ask the Readers: What Quality Do You Value the Most in Your Friends?

Tweet    Walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light. – Helen Keller   Friends are important. It doesn’t matter how lovely your family is, friends are still important. I’m not talking about just casual acquaintances who may accompany you for a trip to the bar, or a […]

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Dreams and Failure – Two Sides of the Same Coin

Tweet  image by jurvetson Don’t worry about failures, worry about the chances you miss when you don’t even try. – Jack Canfield   The fear of failure is normal. It’s our brain, our heart, trying to protect us from possible wounds. We are conditioned to want to feel safe and secure, and that’s why most […]

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Journaling Exercise: Where is Home?

Tweet  image by alisonchristine     Home is where the heart is. – Pliny the Elder    Home means different things to different people. For some people, it’s literally their childhood home. For others it’s a country. For some people, it’s a particular place that they feel at home, and for others it’s the people […]

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5 Ways to Use Journaling for Motivation

Tweet  image by claypole   People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing – that’s why we recommend it daily. – Zig Ziglar    Motivation is usually underrated or misused (particularly in corporate settings). Motivation is not about manipulation. It’s not about carrots and sticks, and fooling yourself or your employees to […]

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