The Success Journal is a beautiful, user-friendly platform to set and reach your goals.
The action-oriented Success Journal provides a beautifully designed and fully organized space to determine your goals, break them into achievable steps, and record your progress. Matthias Hechler developed the Success Journal as a result of his own personal discovery adventure, after finding that he didn't need a standard planner/calendar or have time to do long mindfulness exercises included in other journals. This journal contains only one, quick morning routine to perform and includes concise prompts for each day. Set your goals in the first section, then get started on them in the structured daily journaling pages that follow. The goal-setting part of the journal helps you find your personal values, set your goals, create a life vision, and get a clearer idea of who you are and what you want. It serves as a launchpad and base camp of how to work, record, and achieve what you want. You'll learn how to visualize and evaluate goals, track habits, and create wish lists. The daily journaling pages provide space to answer reflection questions, think, and record your daily goals. Prompts include: How do I feel today? What will I do today to achieve my goal? What can I do for other people today? What makes me grateful and happy? Weekly, monthly, and quarterly reviews are incorporated into the pages to help you accomplish your long-term goals. Get your life on track with the Success Journal.
Part I: Introduction: This part of the journal helps readers find their personal values, set their goals, create a life vision, and discover how to get a clear mind of who they are and what they want. It serves as a launchpad and base camp of how to work, record, and achieve what they want. The content of this goal-coaching section includes:
? Personal Values and Visualizations
? Power Questions
? Life Vision
? Life Wheel
? Visualization of Goals
? Evaluation of Goals
? Habit Tracking
Part II: Daily Journaling Divided into different sections with reflection questions for weekly, monthly, and quarterly review, the daily journaling part is structured for each day. The questions below, arranged in colorful boxes and lines, give readers dedicated space to answer, think, and record their daily goal(s), or check to see if what they needed to accomplish their main goal was met. A day's example includes:
? How do I feel today?
? On which goal will I work today?
? 7 different questions for sense and motivation (i. e. Why do I want to achieve the goal?)
? What will I do today to achieve my goal?
? Which visualization is my focus today?
? What is the most important thing today?
? What makes me grateful and happy?
? What makes me strong/competent/determined/persistent/proud/successful/optimistic?
? What can I do on my own today?
? An affirmation for the mind
? What can I do for other people today?
? Successes, Good Things & Chances
? Every day two reflection questions and additional action-oriented questions
Number Of Pages: 280
Available: 1st October 2019
Publisher: Rock Point
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.0 x 14.6
Weight (kg): 0.56