The new year often feels like a fresh start, when anything is possible.
It’s the perfect time to cultivate a positive habit, like journaling consistently, to transform your life.
There are lots of reasons to journal: enhanced mindfulness, personal growth, and tracking your progress on your goals.
As an experienced life coach (and personal growth junkie) here at the Life Edit Project, I believe that journaling consistently can be a powerful tool for transformation and self-discovery.
Getting started with journaling…
Whatever your reasons for wanting to build a journaling practice, I’m offering you three tips to help you get started and stay consistent.
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The procrastination problem is like an epidemic. It seems to be everywhere, and it feels contagious.
If you delay one task, and you end up falling behind in another. Suddenly, your whole day is off track, which throws off your week, and then your month.
Then one day you look up and realized you’ve been setting the same New Year goal for yourself for the last three years. 🙄
Procrastination is the kind of problem that causes more problems. But often, it’s a symptom of a deeper, less obvious problem, too.
Continue reading “3 Hidden Causes for Your Procrastination Problem”
It’s that time of year again…
Everyone’s obsessing over annual goals, resolutions, and vision boards. You’ve probably come up with a list of you want to do this year, too.
But if you’re setting New Year goals like most people, the odds are not in your favor. 😬
By February, 80% of people who set goals or resolutions at the top of the year will have abandoned them.
As a productivity coach and life coach, I’ve spent hundreds of hours helping my clients set goals and take massive action toward them. I’ve seen people smash through the ceilings of their goals, and I’ve seen them stall out.
So what do my most successful clients have in common?
Continue reading “Ask This Powerful Question to Reach Your Goals Faster”