March 31, 2019

The Transition from Why” to What”

Tasha Eurich interviewing Whitney Johnson:

Journaling is helpful, when done properly—if you spend too much time on why” questions and emotions, you will wallow in the past. Tasha suggests asking yourself three questions:

  • What went well today?
  • What didn’t go quite as well today?
  • How can I be smarter tomorrow?

Really good journaling tips on their conversation. The above structure feels similar to me, but could be a clearer tip for someone who wants to start journaling.

HT to Christian for the recommendation.


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