Thursday, December 30, 2010

Journaling for a Successful New Year

We all define success differently especially for the different areas of our life whether it be family, career or our health.  No matter what your goals, a journal can act as a personal coach or cheer leader in helping you monitor your daily achievements towards the larger picture.  10 minutes is all you need.

Assuming you are like me and you journal at the end of your day, begin by writing down three things you liked about the day that was in contribution to your goals, one thing you would have done differently and affirm to yourself with a quote or a positive saying that will give you strength for the next day.

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"Great things are not done by impulse, but by a series of small things brought together."- Vincent van Gogh

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