Do you journal?

Do you journal?

Everyone agrees, journaling is a powerful personal growth and development tool.

But there's a hidden benefit you don't hear much about.

You are not only documenting your daily accomplishments, observations and discoveries, you're building a powerful success reference library.

Reviewing and reading back through your journal weeks, months or even years later reinforces thinking bigger and playing a bigger game in life.  It can also help you to get through tough times and make better decisions.

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How To Journal

Why don't more people journal?

Most people don't journal consistently because they don't have a plan for journaling.

Remember the three questions I mentioned last week?

Those are the same core questions I use for journaling:

(1) What went well today?

(2) What did I learn?

(3) What will I improve?

Schedule 10 minutes at the end of each day to ask and answer these questions in your journal.

I strongly recommend hand-writing in your journal the old-fashioned way.

If you prefer a high-tech approach, check out Evernote and the vJournal app on the iPhone.

BONUS GIFT: Later this week, my publishing company is releasing “The Millionaire's Journal,” a powerful guide on how to journal.  Share this post and your experience with journaling to receive a complimentary review copy of the book, a $9.99 value. Reach out through the contact page.

See you tomorrow,

Ramon Williamson

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