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4 Reasons Why You Should Pursue Extra-Ordinariness

Tweet  image credit   Some of you may be aware, I spent the last two weeks in India on vacation. Two great weeks with my relatives and friends, and had an all around great time. But what I also noticed was that a lot of people there are just settling. It’s part of the culture. I […]

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5 Ways Journaling Can Improve Learning Agility

Tweet  image credit   Let’s start with a premise: When you are not growing, you are shrinking. It’s that simple. If you aren’t learning new things, or even working on maintaining your current skills/knowledge/awareness then you are in-fact deteriorating. “Use it or lose it” would be an apt phrase to use here. So that means, we […]

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Developing Daily Journaling Habit for the New Year

Tweet  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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Journaling for Journaling’s Sake

Tweet  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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FREE – Journaling for Personal Development Workshop on October 24th

Tweet  Kaizen Warriors hard at work, journaling!   It’s happening again, and for the last time this year: A FREE, Journaling for Personal Development workshop. It’s a full day (relatively) of journaling. You will be led through guided journaling. There will be a lot of writing, so hand-aches are a strong possibility. But you will […]

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Journaling Tip: Don’t Catch Up

Tweet  image credit   If you keep a journal (or are just dabbling at it), and if you also happen to be quite methodical and/or perfectionist, one constant temptation is to catch up. I frequently suffer from this. You want to make sure that your journal contains everything of importance, or that it contains everything. […]

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7 Ways to Use Journaling to Light the Fire in Your Belly

Tweet  image credit Do you wake up every day, feeling like your life is filled with purpose? Do you feel like there is a reason to get out of bed? Do you want to be up and about, doing things, because the fire in your belly is burning hard? If you do, great. If you don’t, […]

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5 Reasons to Keep a Travel Journal

Tweet  image credit I have written before on how to keep an effective travel journal. However, if you still need some convincing about the benefits of keeping a travel journal, then this article is for you. Whether you are a regular jet-setter, or travel once in a blue moon, a travel journal is an incredible […]

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3 Ways to Overcome Procrastination with Journaling

Tweet  image credit Procrastination is like a credit card: it’s a lot of fun until you get the bill. – Christopher Parker Procrastination is not a straightforward concept. Sure, you could be procrastinating out of sheer laziness, but there could also be a number of other reasons. The first step, therefore, is to know yourself. […]

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7 Ways to Use Journaling for Creativity

Tweet  image credit   To journal is to tap into your subconscious. To journal is to connect with yourself. And when you are connecting with yourself, your creativity has maximum opportunity to surface and flourish. In this article, I want to look at how you can use journaling to swept away the cobwebbs off your […]

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