“What have you been up to lately, Tanya?”
That’s the question I’ve heard a few times this past quarter.
As it so happens, I decided to take a risk. A risk that has been an itch under my skin because many in my network asked for ‘it’.
I took the itch and requests, and when I reflected on it, I decided to set my goals for 2018 by taking another step forward in my quest to provide value to my readers and network.
So, on top of providing weekly content, I also created and tested a new course.
It was a fantastic experience!
I’m very grateful for the support the course attendees provided; positive feedback that the content I provided was valuable and beneficial feedback on how to make it even better.
But it took a lot of energy and focus on my part and I’m not done yet. In fact, I need to continue to focus on the feedback, reflect on it, and determine my next steps.
With that said, I am unable to keep up with my original weekly content. Instead, in the theme of providing value to you, my readers, I ask for your patience as I share great content from other influencers I follow. These providers have been significant ‘mentors’ to who I am and how I manage my business as an independent consultant.
I hope you find the following information today and the coming weeks a good compromise.
So, enough about what I’ve been up to except to say, I’m working on some great stuff I’m looking forward to sharing it with you shortly.
And for this week’s article, I’d like to share a couple of links about journaling.
During the course I facilitated, many of the attendees were curious about my journalling system and how I use it to support my success. So I pulled out my two types of journals from their bag that many see me carrying around through the workday. And as a result, we spent an unplanned 45 minutes on the topic.
Which brings me to today. I figured the course attendees might not be the only ones that were curious. That you, my readers, may also want to know about the system.
This journaling technique was introduced to me by my business coach, which was similar to what I was already doing but also a significant improvement. I enjoy it as it helps me break down my goals into manageable chunks and it helps me be even more productive.
So, here are a few links that are worth your attention about The Self Journal technique.
- See what the technique is about with this and this YouTube videos from Best Self Co.
- Read how you do it, for free, with this PDF book that is a great reference tool while you practice the technique. Personally, I create this journal in a Moleskin.
- See a review of a Self Journal that you can purchase, provided by Geoff Nicholson.
- Purchase the journal from the Best Self Co. website.
Take a few minutes, invest in yourself, and see if The Self Journal is a practice that can make a difference for you and your business.
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Thank you for reading.
Founder and President
Stand & Deliver Inc.