Practical Journaling for More Productive Writing
Do you Struggle with Procrastination When it Comes to Getting Down to Writing?
|“A year from now, you may wish you had started today.”― Karen Lamb|
In our busy lives, it’s all too easy delay prioritizing personal creative projects such as writing. We wait hoping that we will have more time, or somehow it will be easier.
But sometimes what’s needed is a new approach that supports us to “just begin”.
If you’re tired of waiting, and would like to discover new ways to prioritize your personal creative project, this class may be for you. Each week we will explore tools that you can apply to your own situation to create internal and external support.
Create your personal success system for your writing or other creative project.
You will learn how to:
- Use journal tools to identify your personal strengths and increase appreciation of your desire to create
- Increase your understanding of the psychology of procrastination and learn specific strategies that you can use
- Create helpful structures to support yourself and manage your energy
By the end of class, you will have gained tools and strategies that you can continue to apply to coach yourself out of procrastination, and into progress on your writing or other creative project.
More information & Registration
This 4-week class, taught in partnership with the Story Circle Network, begins on October 13th .
Visit their website for more information and registration.
For questions about the class itself, email Jennifer jb [at] careeeroptionscoach [dot] com
About your Instructor
Jennifer Bradley, PhD is a Coaching Psychologist (UK), Certified Career Coach, and Journaling Facilitator. She began journaling “by accident” in response to finding herself stuck on her writing, when the completion of her doctoral research coincided with a major work-life transition.
She learned that getting the writing done was more than a matter of having the time!
Later, inspired by the experience of a regular personal writing practice to get unstuck, she decided to complete certification with the Therapeutic Writing Institute as a Facilitator of Journaling.