“To know thyself is the beginning of wisdom.” - Socrates
In a study of 72 executives from companies earning $50 million to $5 billion in revenue, Cornell’s School of Industrial Relations determined that the strongest predictor of executive success is self-awareness.
One of the best practices to create and expand self-awareness is journaling.
If you’re like many of my clients, you think journaling might be a great idea but have no idea where to start or feel like it’s just one more thing to add to your day.
Perhaps you just haven’t met the right journal. Until now.
Introducing the Know Thyself Journal - specifically designed to facilitate a daily practice of quiet reflection. It’s a tool that allows you to observe your thoughts, record important moments, practice gratitude and affirm yourself.
It’s a journal without a “right” or a “wrong” way to do it. It’s designed with you in mind.
This 90-day journal is your guide to greater self-awareness and will prove to be an impactful gift to yourself (or others)!