When you listen to the stories of all the successful people, you’ll find a personal habit making frequent appearances in the stories. This habit is the habit of journaling on a daily basis. It seems simple enough, and yet many people find it hard to sustain over a long period of time. You might feel fired up enough to maintain a journal for a week and sometimes even for a month, but gradually you start forgetting the intention that you had set at the beginning. The strains of the daily life begin taking a toll on your determination and you start questioning the need for journaling before ultimately forsaking it for good.
We’re not here to tell you that journaling daily is easier than you think, because it is indeed a difficult task for a busy person. That being said, if you’re serious about taking on journaling everyday, then there are certain rituals and practices that can help you get there.
The AOYL program and workshops are designed to take you on an introspective journey, and listing out thoughts, ideas, experiences and feelings will be a huge part of this journey. Because this is how you can give a concrete shape to your most random mind-trips.
This article was in part inspired by following article by Jessica Stillman: