What you’ll learn
- How to get the most out of journaling
- Five foundational journaling techniques
- How to develop a journal habit or reflex
- Tips on how to find the right journal and pens
- Tips to overcome writer’s block and fear of writing
- Links to powerful prompts and additional resources
Journaling 101: Learn to journal and create a journal habit.. “Life is the stories we tell ourselves.”
A lot of people are into journaling, lately. The reason is obvious. Journaling has proven to help people to know themselves, to get unstuck, happier, and improve productivity. Thus, it is no surprise that keeping a journal is one of the most effective self-development tools out there, and the best thing: It is free!
If you would like to gain any of these benefits, this course can get you there with very little time investment.
Enrolling in this course will help you to:
- Learn why the idea of daily journaling is a myth!
- Get started with journaling within the first 15 min of the course!
- Learn five foundational techniques that help you to:
- Gain clarity in life and career
- Learn from your (work) experiences and find opportunities to develop yourself every day
- Gain new perspectives on life and get you unstuck
- Increase your happiness and personal well-being
- Improve your productivity
- Decide if you should go analog or digital.
- Develop a daily journaling habit.
- Overcome common barriers to journaling incl. writer’s block and motivational lows.
No matter if you want to journal when you face a personal challenge (journal reflex), or if you want to journal every day (journal habit) enrolling in Journaling 101 will get you there!
You’ll start by learning the benefits that journaling can provide. We will look into how entrepreneurs, actors, and successful individuals use journaling as a way to develop themselves and their careers. Next, we will take five minutes to uncover your journaling goals by doing a first journaling exercise. Through this process, you will not only gain clarity regarding your goal – which is essential for motivation – but you will also learn a first, versatile journaling technique.
We’ll move on to cover the five basic techniques. These techniques (or variations of them) are used in most pre-printed journals. They form the foundation of most journaling practices and are versatile in their use.
Now that you know your goal and technique, we will discuss the right tools. Analog vs. digital, finding the right journal, and finding the right pens are topics a lot of beginners struggle with. Instead of telling you what “is the best” I will help you figure out what is best for you!
Knowing your tools, techniques, and goals, I will help you develop a journaling habit or reflex. Reflex journaling supports you to cope with life challenges. Habit journaling helps you with daily self-development and insight.
Finally, you will learn what you can do when you lose steam or when you face writer’s block.
By the end of the course, you will have completed your first journal entry, identified your goals and techniques, and designed a habit or reflex that fits your lifestyle.
Who this course is for:
- Individuals who would like to get started with keeping a journal.
- Individuals with basic journaling experience who seeks to develop a journaling habit.
- Individuals who look for new journaling methods and techniques.