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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 is the right career for you, journaling can speed up the process. It can give you the self-awareness you need to make the right decisions quicker, and to find the right path sooner. If you want to get promotions, or just learn the ropes in your new job, you can use journaling to figure out ideas, strategies and solutions. If you have never used journaling for your professional development, you can get started by keeping a career journal.
Today, I would like to hear from you.
Have you used journaling for your career?
If you have, how have you used it?
Share your answers, or your tips for career journaling in the comments below.