Create a Learning Journal
Updated: Jul 31
One of my favorite practices which I highly recommend is to create a Learning Journal. When things go great for you — you achieve a goal or success — make note of your learning points in your Journal:
Why did this happen? What did I do to help ensure this success? What could I have done better? What about the situation contributed to your success?
Likewise, when things do NOT turn out in your favor, write down your learning points in your Journal: What could you have done better? What did you “miss”? What external factors may have contributed to the “failure”?
Reflect back on your journal from time to time.
TRY THIS TODAY: Begin a Learning Journal and, before the end of the day today, write down learning points from either a success you achieved today or from something that didn’t go well for you today.
NEXT STEP: Develop a Learning Journal habit. It’s a habit that will definitely accelerate your personal and professional growth and development. Try it!
Have a great day!
Andy Robinson, Executive Coach
"Helping CEO's and executives maximize their influence and impact."