Journal Downloads

The following exercises all support The Joe Bloggs Journal. They form part of the weekly coaching exercises, as well as general supporting resources. The exercises can be downloaded and printed, or they can be completed within your journal on the designated page. All exercises fall under our three categories:

  • Self-discovery
  • Wellbeing
  • 3P’s – Planning, Productivity, Performance

Some will fall in specific categories or some may cover a number. (Categories can be found in brackets). They all form part of your self-coaching and should they be complete, they will provide excellent resources to support your Personal Development.

‘Chunking’ – “A goal without a plan is just a wish”

This guide is designed to help you break down goals. Step by step. After all, how would you eat an elephant? One chunk at a time.

Discover your why – ‘7 levels deep’ Dean Graziosi … “When you feel like quitting think about why you started”

This is a user guide to the ‘7 levels deep’ exercise included within our Journal. The following is also a downloadable sheet which you can use to discover you ‘why’ of any new goal. It is a great self-discovery exercise.

Habit Stacking Exercise- “Habits are the compound interest of self-improvement” – James Clear

Use the exercise below to learn a key skill for improving your personal habits. (3P’s)

Event + Response = Outcome “Simply stated, the response (R) you give to the event (E) will dictate your outcome (O) in terms of your results or how you feel.

Use the exercise below to change your thinking approach to certain events. (3P’s /Self-discovery)

Improving Self-talk – “Your self-talk is the channel of behavior change” – Gino Norris

Use the exercise below for improving your own self-talk (3P’s, Self-discovery, Wellbeing)

“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” ― Mahatma Gandhi.

Not sure where to get started? Here is a list of educational resources which will support your Personal Development.

3 X 3 X 3 – “An attitude of gratitude”

The following journaling exercise is a simple technique used to help shift your focus to look for the good in your life.

Ikigai – “The thing that you live for”

The following exercise is a Japanese concept which is great for self-discovery. It is said to help you identify purpose in your life.

Your Ideal Day

The following exercise helps you envision what your perfect day looks like. This is a great self-discovery exercise as it allows you to identify what is important to you and then set goals to start achieving this. (Self-discovery)

Your best possible future self – Dr Laura King

This exercise is another great self-discovery exercise which allows you to start envisioning what you would like your future to look like. It can be great for understanding where you want to focus your goals to in the future. (Self-discovery)

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