Successful leaders throughout the ages have kept journals.
+ Richard Branson does, so do Steven Spielberg and Quentin Tarantino
+ Of course, Ronald Reagan kept a journal and so did Harry S. Truman
5 Good reasons to journal regularly
- It fosters reflection and increases your chance of capturing great thoughts and ideas.
- Research shows regularly writing in a journal is an effective tool for managing stress.
- Studies also suggest journaling helps your immune system and even decreases the symptoms of things like asthma and rheumatoid arthritis.
- Journaling helps you develop your problem-solving and critical thinking skills.
- Your communication skills improve as you practice expressing your thoughts and feelings.
5 Minutes a day of focused and directed introspective writing could have a profound impact on your life – even if you already keep a daily journal.
That is all it takes, just 5 minutes a day!
If you already have a great journal routine, add 5 minutes of purposeful journaling and reap even more benefits!
Are you ready to Journal with a Purpose?
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Author: Sue Hines