Some of our greatest leaders kept journals – for their ideas, reflections and for posterity. Everyday folks like us may think we aren’t doing stuff worthy of recording. Well, the greats weren’t always great! Journaling a little bit each day is a way to sort out our rush of tasks, challenges, wins, and losses. Once the habit of journaling is in place, one finds they are able to lower stress by listing and problem-solving tasks away from the immediate. By reflecting on a less-than-anticipated outcome, one may tease apart behaviors and habits to refine or avoid. Regularly including notes of gratitude and celebration leads one to be more fully engaged in the present – and more comfortable building a hoped-for future. All these outcomes are realized thru a journaling habit. This session will offer several points for participants to actually journal on particular themes with time to reflect and debrief. Journaling methods and techniques will be shared.
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