One of the most common questions I answer in my journal-writing courses is “How can I keep consistent in my writing?” In this special episode of JournalTalk, I share some material from my new, upcoming course, Getting Started, Staying Started; and I propose that today is the best time to consider your New Year’s Resolutions.
Rather than basing our goals on a twelve-o-clock wish without any plan or support, what if we take just a few minutes each day, starting now, to make a fresh start. The reason so many people fail to keep their resolutions isn’t laziness or lack of motivation. We’re great at starting something new, but we don’t always know how to stay started! I share three traits of successful journal-writers that keep high enthusiasm for their personal growth. And I offer a special introductory discount for my three-week journaling workshop that starts December 1st. (JournalTalk, Episode #18, October 28, 2013)
SPECIAL OFFER: Click the book image for a special offer on my book, “The Journal-Writer’s Guide to Staying Started.”
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