Does Keeping A Diary Support Ones Personal Development?

Posted by Peter Nitsch | November 23rd, 2010 Share

Yes! I think its the easiest and quickest form of a mini-meditation. I find it helpful to reflect once a week, see what worked and what did not. It also allows me to go back and read old diary entries, I am often astonished how long it takes me to change something in my life. When I see that I’ve been writing about a particular flaw of mine for years, I then might finally have the resolve to tackle a problem.” – Stefan Sagmeister

The Stefan Sagmeister interview can be found here.

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