In the last lesson, we talked about your personal identity. Do you feel like you don’t understand your own motives or choices? If you feel this way, you can learn why you do the things you do.
One method to increase self-understanding is journaling your thoughts and feelings.
The idea of keeping a journal may sound strange to you; you might not think of yourself as a writer. Even non-writers keep journals, though.
When you open yourself to journaling, you experience a new wealth of self-understanding.
Writing bits and pieces of your life experiences can be an incredible journey. Once you start thinking about something that happened to you in the past, you’ll find yourself remembering another story, then another.
Start right now, download your lesson and Stepping Stone number 7 to get you off on the right foot.