In today’s episode, we’ll talk about journaling for mental health and self-improvement. If you think journaling is only for teenage girls and it has no place in the personal development or business development space, I highly recommend you stick around because what I have to share in this episode may change your mind.
I’ve been journaling for years now I have actually developed a practice I like to call it Daily Dialogue, and I’ll teach you how to do that today.
What You’ll Hear In This Episode
- Science shows that journaling solves a lot of the difficulties of modern-day life
- According to an article in the New York Times, journaling is proven to boost mindfulness, memory, and communication skills.
- The practice “morning pages” is all about as written by Julia Cameron in her book “The Artist’s Way”
- How did the book “Conversations with God” by Neale Donald Walsch inspire my journaling?
- How did I come up with the Daily Dialogue?
- So the process of writing by hand actually removes mental blocks and allows you to use all of your brainpower to better understand how to better understand yourself and others and the world around you.
- What did PsychCentral.com explain about the science behind writing and how it affects mental health?
- Why is the Daily Dialogue a simple thing to do but also very simple not to do?
- Results when you take 15 minutes a day to have a Daily Dialog session
- “The quality of your questions determines the quality of your life.” – Tony Robbins
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