Journaling is a genius way to focus on a single idea for a dedicated period of time or space. In this way, it is not so different from meditation. If you take your journaling seriously, as many high-performing leaders do, you’re focused on that activity to the exclusion of all else. If you treat journaling as a discipline, you will create structures and rituals around it. For instance, you will write in a certain place, at a certain time, about particular topics or goal-related concepts. You will be accountable to the practice…. Read More
I’m super excited to announce that book deux will be out in 2021. Woot! Meanwhile, book uno is holding it’s own. Know a writer who loves books about writing? Two words: stocking stuffer.
Journal Camp 2020 has landed, and it is nothing short of ah-mazing! Herewith, a sample of the kind of genius free-writing can provoke: Going Home I bid farewell to the state of old New York, My home away from Home – In the state of NY I came of age, where first I started roaming….; I’m a rambler and a gambler a long way from home – Old Irish folk song My mom is a wanderer, and my dad was a climber. He dragged me through ashy volcanic landscapes festooned with blocks of air-popped… Read More
This just in: Journal Camp Workbook! Based on my virtual Journal Camp Series, this workbook captures prompts to inspire, challenge, and uplevel your writing practice. Get a free pdf of Journal Camp Workbook by writing me at email@example.com with Journal Camp in the subject line. In return, you’ll get this powerful writing tool delivered straight to your inbox. Happy Journaling!