As most of you I am busy juggling more than one or two things in my life. From working in the family company, starting another one to training 5-6 days a week AND having some kind of social life. Each as aspect is demanding attention, time and energy which are limited.
My love for books, unlike for most people, started later in my life when I entered university. I found that reading mostly non-fiction books were of immense help to my education and growth. I always knew that entrepreneurship is what I am going to do for the rest of my life, thus getting more knowledge than what was offered by the university was a complete must.
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This is a short response to a good article I read about Gratitude Journaling.
Few things that I would like to point to out to anyone who thinks of start doing it OR has abandoned it (like I did a couple of months ago) and is looking for a way back.
First things first – I strongly suggest you read the article Gratitude Journaling for Cynics
You will find extensive description what it is, how to do it and ready to use templates. Everything you need to begin today.
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At the beginning of September after month of over thinking such a small thing as having a journal I decided to do it. The simple reason behind why should I take time to sit quietly and write is that I needed to “throw away” my thoughts on paper and improve my sleep.
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