5 Lessons from A Crappy January

  image credit This January has been pretty rubbish for me. I like to get the new year off to a rousing start, but instead, this month was pretty much stuck in chores, issues, and to top it off a week of flu to end it with (I’m still in bed, recovering, while writing this). […]

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Developing Daily Journaling Habit for the New Year

  image credit   It’s the middle of January, which means we are now firmly in 2016. I hope you’ve now stopped scribbling 2015 by mistake, and that the New Year’s Eve hangover is properly gone. Welcome to 2016!! If  you haven’t already begun, now is the time to think about what positive changes you […]

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One Tip to Set Yourself Up for Success in 2016

  image credit     The beginning is the most important part of the work. – Plato   It’s the first day of the New Year. I hope you are starting it with optimism and positivity. Whether your 2015 was a rousing success or a year you would rather forget, it’s a new day, a […]

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Merry Christmas Kaizen Warriors

  image credit   It’s that time of the year! The season to be merry and jolly! Whether or not you celebrate Christmas, I hope you are still in festive spirits. Remember, there is Santa Claus. There are wishes, dreams, hopes…all waiting there for you to believe in. I wish you all a happy and […]

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Journaling Exercise – Review Your Year

  image credit     It’s that time of the year again! One year’s ending, new one is about to begin. Most of you are no doubt in holiday-chaos mode. There is last minute work to be done, lots of rushing about, and somewhere in there a throw-away thought about making a New Year’s resolution […]

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How Not to Let December Derail You

  image credit   Christmas is a big deal. Regardless of your religion, particularly in the Western world, Christmas time has a major impact on your timetable. There is the whole holiday planning, family gatherings, buying presents etc. to sort out. Usually, work gets extra busy because everyone is trying to wrap things up before […]

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The One Reason Why You Should LIVE Instead of Worrying About Tomorrow

  image  credit   We are, at least in the modern society, hard-wired to worry. We want security, and minimize risks, and make sure that we don’t end up in trouble. We want to eliminate problems. We want to eliminate unhappiness. We want safety – in every sense of the word. None of that is […]

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Journaling for Journaling’s Sake

  image credit   I write a lot about benefits of journaling, and how it can help you in various areas of your life. But let’s not forget that journaling is also good for its own sake.  When you start writing, scribbling without an agenda, things happen. Sometimes, you may feel the catharsis of getting […]

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6 Ways to Use Journaling for Mapping Your Goal Achievement Strategies

  image credit   Successful people maintain a positive focus in life no matter what is going on around them. They stay focused on their past successes rather than their past failures, and on the next action steps they need to take to get them closer to the fulfillment of their goals rather than all […]

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3 Ways to Make Being Motivated Easier

  image credit If you are looking for motivation, I assume there are things you would like to do – perhaps long term goals, or things you know are good for you – that are difficult. Things that you just can’t find the time for, don’t know how to get started, or it’s just hard […]

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