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Kaizen Journaling is two today. On occasion like this, I always try to do something new. This time, it’s going to be a new book. I am currently working on a book, Journaling to Self-Awareness in 30 Days, which will be available as an e-book from Kaizen Journaling Academy, as well as on Amazon.
I am really excited about developing journaling products that help people to enhance their journaling experience. This book takes the last November’s journaling challenge, and expands and improves the entries. It will also include several example entries from various Kaizen Warriors who participated in this challenge.
Why the book?
Things become much more do-able when they are presented in an easy-to-see, and a step-by-step method. They also become much more achievable when they are provided with examples, when you can do them in a way that suits your timetable and your life. Having an e-book that you can keep with you, access any time, and use again and again will enable to you continue working on journaling for self-awareness with relative ease.
I hope you will find it useful, and enjoy it.
The Future of Kaizen Journaling
I hope that together, we will see a great many more birthdays of Kaizen Journaling. The future of Kaizen Journaling is to continue to bring together a community of journal keepers, and to continue to promote journaling as a means of continuous personal development. Journaling as a way to channel your ambitions, to be audacious, and to always be authentic.
As always, if you have any suggestions to improve Kaizen Journaling, or there are things – posts or products – that would like to see on here, then send me your suggestions (either by emailing dolly [at] kaizenjournaling [dot] com or through comments in the post} and I promise to consider them, and I will execute the ones that are appropriate.
You – The Kaizen Warriors
Without you, this cannot be a community. So thank you for being here, thank you for reading, and thank you particularly to the people who are active both on the website, in emails, and on the Facebook and Twitter pages. The more you guys participate, the more we will all get out of this. The more you guys participate, the more you make Kaizen Journaling ours, not just mine.