JournalTalk Podcast Episode Library

JournalTalk Podcast Episode Library

JournalTalk Podcast Episode LibraryNathan Ohren is passionate about helping you tap into your most precious gifts, to enjoy life fully, while making the world better. He authored “The Journal-Writer’s Guide to Staying Started” and co-authored “The Soul of Success” with Jack Canfield. Nathan has a firm foundation in the world of business and leadership, as well as the realms of relationships, personal growth, and pursuing life’s purpose. After earning a business degree from Cal State Northridge, Nathan traveled the world as a crew member of Princess Cruises. Currently, he holds a successful twelve-year career with a worldwide software company, while producing a weekly podcast about living with passion, clarity, and purpose.

In “101 Reasons To Keep a Journal,” Nathan shares anecdotes and reminders that journal-writing can be used in a wide variety of ways.

  • Journal-writing as simply an exercise in “checking in” with ourselves, instead of waiting for someone to ask, and giving our automatic answer.
  • Tracking gratefulness,
  • Keeping lists; including to-do’s, and long-term “bucket lists”,
  • Dialoguing with people, places, things, and ideas (real or imaginary; past, present or future!)
  • Recording milestones and accomplishments,
  • You can always just S.W.Y.P.E.!
  • …and much, much more!

Exclusive Offer for JournalTalk Listeners:  For a limited time, Nathan is offering JournalTalk listeners a full week of customized journal-writing exercises, tailored for their unique concern or situation. Get details here. (JournalTalk, Episode #64, December 15, 2015)

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