Why it is important and how journaling can actually help you in your personal development and achieving success in your business?
In this video, Kim will tell you what she discovers after journaling every day and how you can have the same benefits like she has.
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Journaling and The Benefits of Journaling- TRANSCRIPT
Let’s say in the worst-case scenario, what are doing to bring this calm and the inner piece back?
For me, when I don’t feel calm, I have a lot of chatter in my head. I have conversations in my head. I have scenarios in my head and I’m playing over and over and over again in my mind and one of the things that really helps me is that I Journal.
One of the things we do in my coaching business, as we ask our clients to Journal, but I Journal, too.
I go to my computer and I just write what’s going on and I write it all out as I express myself.
I empty it out of my brain and onto the paper, but then part of my journaling practice is to say okay. So, like I’m finished expressing myself. I’m finished dumping it all out. now. I want to put myself in a better direction.
So where am I going? how do I want to feel what are some solutions? I have an expression it’s called dump dump and then dump the dump. In other words, you get it all out, but then you’re done and you’re stopping to do all that dumping and it’s literally a moment where you’re turning yourself around.
You’re turning yourself towards what you would rather have what makes you feel better some options, some solutions, some way of looking at things that creates a bit of a lighter feeling.
So that’s what I do, I’m journaling.
And that helps you basically to reflect on what worked and what didn’t’ work? And what you can, you know to turn around so the situation will work in your favour. Sometimes it’s tactical like that, right? Like you’re making decisions.
Here’s what worked Here’s what different, but sometimes it’s like aw man. I just feel lousy and I’m not even sure why I just feel down and so then the part of journaling is being able to express how you feel but take those feelings outside of your body and then say well, how do you want to feel like where do you want to go and what could get you there?
Okay. Or maybe what’s good and feeling a little bit of gratitude or reflecting on the actual life you live and all the things that are working…Hmm and that helps you to clear yourself and to clear on your thoughts and not have these ZZZtaTZZ everywhere.