I’ve found journaling a great outlet to keep me sane when times are tough; I’ve always expressed myself best through writing. But I can dwell on the negatives, so forcing myself to add something positive each time helps pull me out the negativity and put things in perspective. This has reminded me I should do it more!
Isn’t keeping a success journal extra work? I mean, after hours of writing, who wants to crack open a diary and write even more?
Valid questions, all?and that’s what I thought, too. I first learned about the concept of a success journal at a seminar by T. Harv Eker, a motivational speaker who has helped millions of people attain financial freedom.
The concept is simple, really: every day, write down the 5 biggest successes you had that day.
That’s it. Simple, but powerful.
So I bought myself a notebook, and each evening, I would mentally review my day and write down every positive thing I could think of.
I am not exaggerating when I say that the first week I kept a success journal, I became a success junkie. I actually started going out of my way to do…
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