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What if a 10-minute journaling routine gave you superpowers? The Journal Writing Superpower Secret won't let you shoot webs from your wrists or leap tall buildings, but here is how it can help you right now: • Gain "instant clarity" and "hyper focus" • Identify and stop self-sabotage • Shut out distractions, self-doubt, and naysayers This can help you accomplish th What if a 10-minute journaling routine gave you superpowers? The Journal Writing Superpower Secret won't let you shoot webs from your wrists or leap tall buildings, but here is how it can help you right now: • Gain "instant clarity" and "hyper focus" • Identify and stop self-sabotage • Shut out distractions, self-doubt, and naysayers This can help you accomplish things like: • Lose weight with an actual, honest-to-goodness healthy mindset (i.e. without driving yourself bonkers) • Write every day • Take over the world Accomplish your own huge, ambitious goals Here is the "secret" this book will show you: As any journaling book will tell you, your journal is your own and it can be whatever you want it to be. This usually means something like "Write what you want! There are no rules!" Well, that's 100% true. But think about it: this advice also means that you are still allowed to embrace frameworks and structures if they would help! In fact, you can choose to embrace them exactly as much or as little as you want, and you can use them in whatever manner you want. In other words, you are allowed to dig into your journal with specific outcomes in mind. You sure don’t have to, but you are allowed to. Your journal writing does not have to be an end in itself, and you are allowed to use your journal as a tool. Introducing... "Intentional" Journaling Intentional Journaling lets you open your journal with some specific outcome in mind. • You are not required to free write if you don't want to (...but you can if you do). • You are not required to "just write what comes to mind" (...but you can if you do, and the book will help you decide when this might be beneficial). • You are not required to write for a set amount of time each day (...because you decide when and how to integrate your own personal ritual with the rest of your life). All these things have their advantages and their place. But you decide when and how to use them. You decide what prompts to use. You decide "how" to strategically leverage your journal to identify and build on your strengths, address your weaknesses, and become that awesome, superpowered version of yourself you want to be. Included: • Dozens of prompts, plus how to use them effectively. • How to "stack" questions and prompts to create specific exercises. • How to use journaling "mini sprints" to boost your powers. • How to create a routine that works for you. Just click "Buy Now with 1-Click" to download this book instantly!


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What if a 10-minute journaling routine gave you superpowers? The Journal Writing Superpower Secret won't let you shoot webs from your wrists or leap tall buildings, but here is how it can help you right now: • Gain "instant clarity" and "hyper focus" • Identify and stop self-sabotage • Shut out distractions, self-doubt, and naysayers This can help you accomplish th What if a 10-minute journaling routine gave you superpowers? The Journal Writing Superpower Secret won't let you shoot webs from your wrists or leap tall buildings, but here is how it can help you right now: • Gain "instant clarity" and "hyper focus" • Identify and stop self-sabotage • Shut out distractions, self-doubt, and naysayers This can help you accomplish things like: • Lose weight with an actual, honest-to-goodness healthy mindset (i.e. without driving yourself bonkers) • Write every day • Take over the world Accomplish your own huge, ambitious goals Here is the "secret" this book will show you: As any journaling book will tell you, your journal is your own and it can be whatever you want it to be. This usually means something like "Write what you want! There are no rules!" Well, that's 100% true. But think about it: this advice also means that you are still allowed to embrace frameworks and structures if they would help! In fact, you can choose to embrace them exactly as much or as little as you want, and you can use them in whatever manner you want. In other words, you are allowed to dig into your journal with specific outcomes in mind. You sure don’t have to, but you are allowed to. Your journal writing does not have to be an end in itself, and you are allowed to use your journal as a tool. Introducing... "Intentional" Journaling Intentional Journaling lets you open your journal with some specific outcome in mind. • You are not required to free write if you don't want to (...but you can if you do). • You are not required to "just write what comes to mind" (...but you can if you do, and the book will help you decide when this might be beneficial). • You are not required to write for a set amount of time each day (...because you decide when and how to integrate your own personal ritual with the rest of your life). All these things have their advantages and their place. But you decide when and how to use them. You decide what prompts to use. You decide "how" to strategically leverage your journal to identify and build on your strengths, address your weaknesses, and become that awesome, superpowered version of yourself you want to be. Included: • Dozens of prompts, plus how to use them effectively. • How to "stack" questions and prompts to create specific exercises. • How to use journaling "mini sprints" to boost your powers. • How to create a routine that works for you. Just click "Buy Now with 1-Click" to download this book instantly!

30 review for The Journal Writing Superpower Secret: Get Productivity Superpowers, Kill Procrastination and Stop Self-Sabotage, and Then Take Over the World

  1. 5 out of 5

    Emma Sea

    This is actually a really good book on focused and purposeful journaling to improve productivity and decrease procrastination. I would recommend it over pretty much any other. The writing is surprisingly good: I read a lot of productivity books that sound like they were knocked out in 2 hours over a beer. This makes a more versatile - and much cheaper - alternative to any of the productivity journals like The Mastery Journal, The Productivity Planner, the Go Journal etc etc. The book includes li This is actually a really good book on focused and purposeful journaling to improve productivity and decrease procrastination. I would recommend it over pretty much any other. The writing is surprisingly good: I read a lot of productivity books that sound like they were knocked out in 2 hours over a beer. This makes a more versatile - and much cheaper - alternative to any of the productivity journals like The Mastery Journal, The Productivity Planner, the Go Journal etc etc. The book includes links to all the exercises in both Word and pdf, so you can customize them, print them out etc. I love that the focus is on making changes and moving forward, not on rehashing the past. If you want to journal in order to improve your life I do recommend this.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Yasemin K

    The first chapters are way too long. The essential stuff comes at the end of the book, but it’s quite good at the end. If you survive the long first chapters, you’re good to go for the rest of it 💪

  3. 5 out of 5

    Madam J

    This is an excellent book for those who journal but have lost focus, and probably the best book I have come across for those just starting out, who feel that they want to journal, but either don't fully yet know why or don't know how to start. Fear not, you're not writing 'dear diary' every day. While there is some good theory and fact in the book, the exercises are where Forest really shines, narrowing your beginning scope by tapping the past in order to move forward. There is no pity-party, no This is an excellent book for those who journal but have lost focus, and probably the best book I have come across for those just starting out, who feel that they want to journal, but either don't fully yet know why or don't know how to start. Fear not, you're not writing 'dear diary' every day. While there is some good theory and fact in the book, the exercises are where Forest really shines, narrowing your beginning scope by tapping the past in order to move forward. There is no pity-party, no woo-woo, and no pressure to adhere to a 'format'. Seriously, buy a notebook and get started. That's it. It is applicable to every field, and that includes people who are self-employed, or not employed. He also includes links to several resources for the exercises. With that added value, it is an inexpensive way to get a jump-start on purposeful journaling with specific intent.

  4. 4 out of 5

    antony

    I give this book full marks. This is one of the best books on Journaling I’ve read. It has everything: theory, facts, examples and a lot of prompts to get you started. This is not about writing your daily diary, this book can change the way you work and the way you live. The examples in this book can be applied to almost any field of endeavour. If you are interested in journaling, if you want to get your work organised, if You want to be more productive then start here.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Breanne Rushing

    Fantastic insights and practical advice on the transformative power of journaling, delivered in an accessible, entertaining way. I have been implementing some of the exercises the past few days and have already noticed feeling more confident and productive. A must read for anyone who needs to do their thinking on paper!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Dorrie Baker

    I would give it a 10 if I could! I have tried keeping journals in the past and always, sooner or later just stopped because they were going no where. This book is going to keep journaling going somewhere for a long time to come!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Vince Home

    Good Ideas, I suppose.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Reese Porfirio

    Just finished this and find myself already coming back to reference some of the exercises. Basically sums up all the other books like this that I have read.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lane Pope

    Great read! Really helped me focus my journal writing. Best 3 bucks I ever spent. Highly recommend this journalling methid as a way to sort out your mind!

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