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September 17th, 2014
The power of writing stuff, really that important?
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Sunny667

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Tony Robbins, Oprah, Nathaniel Brandon, some rsdn posters...
some say that we should write journals of small successes, visulization, stem ideas, whatever format
they all insist that writing is key

as I am not doing it and I am not getting a lot of success
what do you think of that? does it really improve inner game and self acceptance?
it works with some people and some just don't, so I should try anyway, right?
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Fred E. Rick

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It gives you clarity. I don't do it but I may start.

I'm also gonna start reading books (lol) (I hate reading).
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thatkyle

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Yes, writing things down makes your brain interact with your thoughts differently, which has proven benefits.

http://www.lifehack.org/articles/productivity/writing-and-remembering-wh...
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adjunkie

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keeping a journal on here has helped me a ton.  I'd encourage anyone really wanting to learn this stuff to start a journal in the field reports section.
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Georgeph

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Yes. Personally, I keep it simple. I write down my achievements every evening; I take note of the good feelings that come from "right action"; in the morning, I write a few things I'm grateful about. It helps me. 
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Hotdog

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Its a big help for me, keeping a record of the good and bad is essential for progress in all areas of life so why not this.

When you go out a lot its amazing how much u forget and writing stuff down distills all the action of the night to a few key moments, vital for honest self-assessment.

I dont think there is one RSD instructor who didnt do this at some point, that should tell you all you need to know.
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