On Day 2, I'd like to share with you a series of questions to help you gain further clarity on your life purpose.
Exploring your life purpose to get clear on your career passion or direction requires a lot of introspection, which cannot be done without accessing your intuition. Watch this videoon the importance of intuition in your search for your life purpose.
Now that you have a good idea of the benefits of journaling from Part I of this post, what to write is really up to you! Of course, if you pick up journaling with a more specific purpose in mind, you may want to stick to a structure or theme for a period of time. Below are some examples I generally recommend to my coaching clients.
Widely recognized as an effective tool that facilitates emotional well-being, learning, mindset and behavioural change, journaling is commonly used in therapy, coaching and various personal development practices. Many famous leaders such as Winston Churchill, Ronald Reagan and John D. Rockefeller kept a journal. They were busy people, too. Why don't you read on, and if this article makes sense to you, give journaling a try?