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CLARK KEGLEY

"Moreover, I think this is a really cool way your future self can look back and kind of communicate with your past self."

CLARK KEGLEY

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CLARK KEGLEY

"Stop trying to look for the answers and start trying to listen to them."

CLARK KEGLEY

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Dividing the Journal into Sections

Dividing the Journal into Sections

Divide the journal into six main sections that will cover different areas of your life or interests.

[The "6-in-1 Method" encourages journaling in when inspired, not out of obligation, and emphasizes functionality over aesthetics.]

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Front Cover

Front Cover

Personalize the inside of the front cover with inspirational quotes, images, or anything that motivates you. This is the first thing you'll see each time you open your journal, so make it impactful.

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Spine Labeling

Spine Labeling

Write your name and the current year on the spine of the journal for easy identification and archival purposes.

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Mortality Reminder

Mortality Reminder

Write the number of remaining days until you turn 90 on the first page or inside front cover of your journal. This countdown acts as a daily reminder to live intentionally and utilize each day to fulfill your life's missions.

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Strengths and Personality Insights

Strengths and Personality Insights

Reserve an initial page in your journal to record your strengths and personality traits, using insights from self-assessment tests or surveys like Myers-Briggs, which can drive your journaling focus and understand your strengths.

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CLARK KEGLEY

"Real growth happens when you're tired of your own excuses."

CLARK KEGLEY

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CLARK KEGLEY

"You have to do this out of inspiration, not out of obligation... Only journal when you feel inspired."

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Daily Journaling Practice

Daily Journaling Practice

Commit to a regular journaling routine, whether daily or several times a week, focusing on the sections that resonate most with you at any given time. Use this as a tool for reflection, planning, and tracking progress.

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Annual Renewal

Annual Renewal

At the end of the year, review your journal in its entirety to celebrate achievements and learn from challenges. Then, start a new journal for the upcoming year, carrying forward any unfinished goals or continuing reflections.

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Journal Selection

Journal Selection

Choose a blank sketchbook or journal. The absence of lines encourages freedom of expression and creativity.

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Back Cover Goals

Back Cover Goals

The back cover of the journal serves as a map, outlining life goals in the realms of work, rest, and play, to ensure a balanced and fulfilling life journey.

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Review and Reflect

Review and Reflect

Periodically review your journal entries to assess progress towards your goals, reflect on personal growth, and adjust your focus as needed. This can be done monthly, quarterly, or at a cadence that suits you.

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Why Keep a Journal

Why Keep a Journal

A journal is as a comprehensive tool for personal growth, documenting life experiences, tracking personal progress, and facilitating goal-setting by acting as a repository for your valuable ideas, dreams, and goals.

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CLARK KEGLEY

"Some of the greatest Minds throughout history... they were using a journal. Marcus Aurelius, his famous book 'Meditations', was actually his journal."

CLARK KEGLEY

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The Power of Journaling

The Power of Journaling

In the digital age, a physical journal is vital for learning from successful individuals and fostering personal reflection amidst information overload. Journaling helps you grow as a person: write down your adventures so you can learn from them and become the superhero ve...

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Transform into your best self and make this year better by utilizing a structured journaling method, known as the "6-in-1 Journaling Method," to foster personal growth, self-awareness, and goal achievement. This method emphasizes the importance of reflective writing, goal setting, and self-assessment to enhance one's life across various dimensions, including personal, professional, and health aspects.

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