“Journal what you love, what you hate, what's in your head, what's important. Journaling organizes your thoughts; allows you to see things in a concrete way that otherwise you might not see. Focus on what you think you need to…” – Kay Walkingstick
Did you know that for the last few months I have been sharing weekly journaling prompts over at the Teams365 blog?
Dedicating short amounts of time each week to pause and focus on what’s important to you can become an important practice in terms of reflection and learning.
For many years I kept a regular journal, documenting my life and experiences while I lived and worked overseas. It was an important vehicle to capture experiences and memories, identify learning and work through insights.
For many of us (myself included) life may seem pretty standard, it can be valuable to building reflective pauses on a regular basis. It can also be useful in business to create regular pause points to note what is working, and what is not. `
Here’s a selection of 9 of my favorite weekly journal prompts –
Grab a pen and your journal and I hope that you'll enjoy capturing some thoughts as we usher in spring later today!
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Author of PlanDoTrack (2019), Effective Virtual Conversations (2017) and From One to Many: Best Practices for Team and Group Coaching (2013)
Jennifer Britton is the blogger behind the popular Teams365 blog, a daily,blog for team leaders and members since 2014. Her latest publication is the PlanDoTrack Workbook and Planner. Pick up a copy at Amazon.
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