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6 Ways to Use Journaling for Mapping Your Goal Achievement Strategies

Tweet  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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5 Lessons I’ve Learned on the Path to Becoming A Polymath

Tweet  image credit   Last week I wrote my progress report, on becoming a polymath project. As promised, this is the follow up article. The road to polymathy is not straight-forward. I started off in uncharted territory, and I’m mapping it as I go along. Often by going over the same road again. There is […]

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Becoming a Polymath: My Progress Report

Tweet  image credit   I have written about my life-long goal of becoming a polymath before. It’s been a while since I wrote about that topic, but I’ve been doing more experiments and research, and gaining further clarity on my own goals. So over the next few weeks I will do a series of posts […]

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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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How to use Journaling for Professional Development

Tweet  image credit Have you seen your CEO carrying a moleskine, or spotted a shiny-leather bound volume sitting on your MD’s desk? All the entrepreneurs and leaders you may have read about, or seen videos of, often talk about their personal notebooks too. This is not a coincidence. From Leonardo Da Vinci to Robin Sharma, […]

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Happy New Year! And My 2014 in Review

Tweet  image by wolf-t I hope you are all coming out of 2014 with at least something positive. Take all the lessons last year taught, and step into the new year with hopes and positivity and ready to take action. If you need some guidance or help with your goals in 2015, then check out […]

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Managing Goals – Staying On or Adjusting Your Course

Tweet  image by creativegem_designs   Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible. – Tony Robbins   Having goals, even a vague idea of one (or more) is the first step. If you have a goal, it means you have an idea of what you want to achieve in life, […]

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Are You Pushing Yourself Enough?

Tweet  image by plantpowerfamily   We live in a world of mollycoddling and supportiveness. The intentions behind it are usually good, but road to hell – or in this case, the road to mediocrity – is paved with good intentions. Remember that: The road to mediocrity is paved with good intentions. If you are lucky, […]

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Journaling Exercise: What Are You Putting Off?

Tweet  image by johnonolan   Do the difficult things while they are easy and do the great things while they are small. A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step. – Lao Tzu   Do you procrastinate about things you need to get done? Do you have big dreams, but you […]

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5 Ways to Develop a Consistent Journaling Habit

Tweet  image by olivander   I get lots of emails from people with variations of below comments: I used to journal, but just got out of the habit. I want to start a journal, but I don’t have time to write every day. I want to journal, but I just can’t maintain the habit. Does any […]

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