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Journaling as a Tool for Being More Productive

 

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“One of the big reasons to keep a diary is to record small wins that otherwise might slip through your memory. You can leverage the progress principle and allow yourself to get that boost from realizing you are making progress. And it’s also helpful to record major setbacks – or minor ones that recur – so you can think about how to get rid of inhibitors blocking your progress.”

 

Read more here on the article: 7 Simple Productivity Tips You Can Apply Today, Backed by Science

 

“This keystone habit has so much power! By journaling in the morning and evening, you’ll quickly see the incongruencies in your life. You’ll see crystal-clearly what needs to be removed and what should be included in your life. Journaling is a beautiful and powerful facilitator of self-discovery. My own journaling is how I’ve come to form my sense of identity and path in life.

Not only will you have more clarity about your path in life, but journaling improves your ability to make small and large decisions along the way. On the pages of your journal will be the future world you are creating for yourself. You are the author of your life’s story. You deserve to be happy. You have the power to create whatever life you want. As the designer of your world, get as detailed as you desire.”

 “In his book, The Power of HabitCharles Duhigg describes keystone habits as, “small changes or habits that people introduce into their routines that unintentionally carry over into other aspects of their lives.”

Read more here in this article: Why Keeping a Daily Journal Could Change Your Life

 

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