When you think about learning new things or finding new information, you’re probably doing what everyone else does:
Find others to learn from.
Which is great and necessary.
As long as you don’t forget to learn from the master as well: YOU!
The very best way to do that, is through journaling.
Which is something I do every single day. I can’t (and won’t) live without it.
Even when I’m on holiday I take a notebook with me.
I’m the Queen of Journaling 🙂
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So this morning, I sat down to journal about the past week.
It was a week filled with insights and important A-HA! moments.
I wanted to write them down, to imprint what I learned in my brain. To see what additional information came up.
And to see how I could turn it all into some simple, actionable steps.
(Side note: these are 3 powerful reasons to journal regularly.)
There was so much I wanted to write down, that I didn’t know where to start.
So I came up with 7 questions to wrap up the week and what I learned:
(This is a picture of my journal with these questions)
- The main theme of this week was…
- The 3 most important insights I had this week were…
- The most important thing I learned about myself this week is…
- The most important thing I learned about my biz this week is…
- Based on these insights, here’s what I’ll stop doing…
- Based on these insights, here’s what I’ll start doing and/or do more of…
- This is what I’m allowing into my biz & life now…
Use these questions to wrap up your week, month quarter and/or year. Or to collect your insights from:
A book you read. A program you followed. A movie you watched. Etc.
It’s powerful. Insightful. Uplifting.
Do you journal regularly? Do you just write whatever comes up (I do that, too), or do you use certain questions to journal on? Curious minds want to know 🙂
You can post your response in the comments below!
P.S.: Want to experience a super powerful set of questions to journal on that get you unstuck every single time you’re not sure what to do in your biz or life?
Oh, and that picture on top of the article? That’s a close-up from one of my favorite journals: