Studies on behavior changes theory conclude that journaling activates intrinsic motivation leading to:
The act of writing accesses your left brain, which is analytical and rational. Journaling leaves your right brain free to create, intuit and feel, essentially removing mental blocks and maximizing your mental abilities.
To be effective, practice journaling regularly. Make it part of your daily or weekly routine. Aim to write for at least 10 minutes. If possible, try journaling in the morning when people tent to be most optimistic. Writing first thing in the morning provides a fresh perspective and the chance to start the day off with a clear mind.
There is also an optimal way to approach journaling. To get the best results:
It’s not magic, but rather a way of building productive habits, through action and reflection, leading to better future actions. Through journaling individuals can focus on their goals leading to increased impact in behavior outcomes.
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