Why aren't you journaling yet?
Actually, I'm not going to do that. I'm going to let Chase Reeves from Fizzle do that instead since he's far more eloquent on the matter than I am. If you're not convinced that journaling is a fantastic practice, then you should check out this 17-minute video (yeah yeah whatever, you don't have time; just watch it) that Team Fizzle posted about their new journaling course.
Just to be clear, I'm not advertising for them or anything like that. To be perfectly honest, I simply trust these guys. They are fantastically sincere people that genuinely want you to do well. I haven't taken the course, but I watched the two webinars they published a few months ago which convinced me that this was not the usual pie-in-the-sky cliché journaling practice. This is real, this is useful, and this is necessary stuff for both entrepreneurs and non-entrepreneurs alike. And Chase explains it better than I ever could.
So make sure to check out the video at the top of the page at this link if you want to know what journaling is really about. Also be sure to check out Corbett's blog post about what journaling means to him, yet further proof that there really is more to this practice than the stereotypical view.
See you, Space Cowboy.
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