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The Journaling Habit: Achieve Your Goals And Change Your Life In Just Ten Minutes A Day
The Journaling Habit: Achieve Your Goals And Change Your Life In Just Ten Minutes A Day
The Journaling Habit: Achieve Your Goals And Change Your Life In Just Ten Minutes A Day
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Do you love your life?

If you don't ADORE your life, you can change it — more easily than you can imagine. 

I'm sure you've heard quotes like: "if you can imagine it, you can achieve it." And: "if you can dream it, you can become it." 

The challenge with these and similar quotes, as true as they are, is that mostly we don't know what we want. 

You can make a case for saying that if you knew what you wanted, you'd already have it. 

We don't have what we want for two reasons:
* We don't know precisely what we want, or if we do…
* We hold ourselves back from achievement because change is uncomfortable.

Sometimes the only thing we know is that we want something. 

This book will help you to discover what you want. Then, you'll use ten-minute journaling to help you to discover ways to get what you want. The journaling process helps you to discover yourself. 
It unlocks who you are.  

You may be wondering: ten minutes? Can ten minutes of writing make a real difference in my life?
Yes, it can, and it will.

Build a powerful journaling habit, starting today.

LanguageEnglish
PublisherAngela Booth
Release dateAug 17, 2017
ISBN9781386386469
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    The Journaling Habit - Angela Booth

    The Journaling Habit

    The Journaling Habit

    Achieve Your Goals And Change Your Life In Just Ten Minutes A Day

    Angela Booth

    Angela Booth

    Contents

    Copyright

    Introduction: want a better life? Know what you want

    Famous people who journal: what they say

    What to write in your journal(s)

    What you could write in your journal in just ten minutes

    Journal your way to success: identify a goal

    Affirmation basics: get started using affirmations

    Journaling a goal, step by step

    Convert goals into processes: habits of success

    Conquering resistance, the enemy of habit

    Journal secrets: a word about privacy

    How to journal: journaling techniques

    1. Listing in your journal

    2. Dump your brain into your journal

    3. Want to be more creative? Write a letter in your journal

    4. How many questions can you ask in your journal?

    5. Visualization scripts are powerful tools for your journal

    6. Chat them up: conversations with heroes

    7. Draw me a picture: doodling is fashionable

    8. Free your mind with free writing

    9. Dream journaling: discovering your silent partner

    11. Use lists in your journal to make productivity easier

    Therapeutic journaling for health: can your journal make you healthier?

    For writers and other creatives: journaling to remove creative blocks

    How to use journaling to remove a minor creative block

    How to use journaling to eliminate a major creative block

    Using journaling to help you to write a book

    Journaling prompts for writing fiction

    Journaling prompts for nonfiction

    My top ten journaling tips

    About the Author

    Also by Angela Booth

    Copyright

    The Journaling Habit: Achieve Your Goals And Change Your Life In Just Ten Minutes A Day

    By Angela Booth


    Copyright © 2017 - 2021 Angela Booth.

    © Angela Booth 2021: all images and text.

    All Rights Reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced in any form, anywhere, without prior written permission from the author.


    Angela Booth is a copywriter, ghostwriter, blogger, writing teacher, and author. Her books have been published by major publishers. She writes several blogs for writers.

    Introduction: want a better life? Know what you want

    Introduction: want a better life? Know what you want


    Do you love your life?

    If you don't ADORE your life, you can change it — more easily than you can imagine.

    I'm sure you've heard quotes like: If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. And: If you can dream it, you can become it.

    The challenge with these and similar quotes, as true as they are, is that mostly we don't know what we want. You can make a case for saying that if you knew what you wanted, you'd already have it.


    We don't have what we want for two reasons:

    * We don't know precisely what we want, or if we do…

    * We hold ourselves back from achievement because change is uncomfortable.

    Sometimes the only thing we know is that we want something.

    This book will help you to discover what you want. Then, you'll use ten-minute journaling to help you to discover ways to get what you want. The journaling process helps you to discover yourself.

    It unlocks who you are.

    You may be wondering: ten minutes? Can ten minutes of writing make a real difference in my life?

    Yes, it can, and it will.


    Ten-minute journaling: discover what you want

    Journaling not only helps you to discover what you want, it also helps you to understand where you are, and make peace with what you have. It's possible to spend decades struggling, wanting to escape a situation, and mentally escaping into fantasy, but staying stuck.

    The seeds of escape lie in understanding deeply where you are, and accepting that. When you come to terms with where you are, you can change that, if you wish.

    I've had years in which I journaled, and years when I didn't. It took me years to realize that those periods in which I didn't journal were not as happy nor as productive, as the years in which I journaled.

    I sabotaged myself, without being consciously aware of it. Many of us do.

    Why not try ten-minute journaling for yourself?

    Here you go; try this simple exercise, right now.


    Take a journal break: what's important right now?

    To get a taste of ten-minute journaling, grab a notebook or a piece of paper, and write: What's important, right now?

    Look at your watch, then write for five or ten minutes, answering that question. You may be surprised at what you write.


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