Updated: Jan 2
One habit that I stuck with and strengthened during lockdown has been my daily journaling. Journaling is one way to teach yourself that you don't remember things correctly. The journal may often act as the only evidence that something occurred as well as being the single authentic record of what may have been going through your mind that day.
With that in mind, another benefit that comes from journaling arises from reading the entries from the past. For example, one year ago, five years ago and ten years ago. Can you learn something from your thoughts as written down that can be applied to what you are facing today? I look forward to reading my recent entries, as I am sure we will quickly forget some of the best and worst parts of living through this pandemic.
Those are some of the reasons for creating RYse Journal. Best described as an active-learning journal designed to help you organised your thoughts in a world of doing more with less. The goal of this blankish notebook is to help busy professionals develop a coaching style of leadership through thoughtful insights and activities interspersed throughout their workdays.
You can find out more here: https://www.rysejournal.com/. If you journal, or even if you don't this may be of interest to you.
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