Give Your Brain A Workout To Reach New Heights
If you were a cyclist and set a goal of competing in the Tour de France, you’d be training every day to build up your leg muscles and stamina to take on the rigors of that event.
In the business world, we use our brain to take us where we want to go, much like a cyclist would use their legs. It’s easy for a cyclist to keep perspective on the fact that increased leg strength and stamina will set them apart from their competitors and there are a ton of different exercises they can do to help them accomplish that goal.
Of course, you probably understand that increased brain power will help you achieve greater results in your endeavors, but how often do you really give your brain exercise and allow it to expand?
Journaling is a great way to exercise your brain and increase your writing productivity. Here’s a short list of personal benefits you’ll receive from regular journaling:
- Helps you soothe troubled memories
- Acts as your own personal counselor
- Helps you detach and let go of the past
- Helps to empower you
- Helps to reduce stress in your life
- Helps with self-discovery
- Helps to bring more stability to your life
There are many professional benefits you’ll receive as well – far too many to name them all, but here are a few:
- Helps you become more organized
- Increases your focus
- Reveals and tracks patterns and cycles
- Aids in connecting causes to effects
- Plants seeds in your mind
- Maximizes time and business efficiency
- Helps you make big decisions
Plus, journaling is an activity that has remained popular and withstood the test of time because it works. It allows authors to capture their emotions on paper, which can then be transferred over to readers through the written word. For that reason alone, you should consider adding a journal to your article writing repertoire so that you, too, can take advantage of it.
Your relationship with your readers will grow exponentially if the passion you feel for your niche shines through to them, and journaling will help you do that.
Journaling might seem pretty self-explanatory, but there are some specific techniques and strategies you can implement to get the most out of your journaling efforts.
If you want to learn more about those tips and strategies, we’ll be releasing a short training course on this soon.
More details to come soon.