Does anyone remember the book that was around when we were growing up called 'The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole'?
I swear that when I mention journaling to the guys in my group, they immediately think of some 'Dear Diary' s**t that they have to pour their feelings and thoughts into every day.
In my programmes, journaling is a tool we use to plan and then assess the day, to see what and where our wins are.
Let’s face it, not many of us get into our cars without a plan of where we are going to go. Why would your day be any different?
Questions are the steering wheel of the mind. The better questions you ask yourself, the better results you will get.