Curious

He is the crazy mastermind behind coaching/consulting practice Protagonist and serves as lead Valor Consultant. With his sharp mind, specialized training, and deep empathy, he guides others toward what they really want out of life . . . and has fun with them along the way. Life should be fun, after all! Curious is also a serial entrepreneur who centers his projects on bettering the lives of others.

He is the crazy mastermind behind coaching/consulting practice Protagonist and serves as lead Valor Consultant. With his sharp mind, specialized training, and deep empathy, he guides others toward what they really want out of life . . . and has fun with them along the way. Life should be fun, after all! Curious is also a serial entrepreneur who centers his projects on bettering the lives of others.
Journaling – A Noble Goal?

Finally! I am taking action to start a habit that I think will benefit me greatly. For a few years, I have kept hearing about the power of this one simple habit and, while I have employed it on and off to some degree, I don’t think I have realized how powerful it is without the simple act of repetition.

What am I talking about? Journaling.

Not necessarily the kind of journaling that might come to mind immediately – with musings about romance, and how rainy it was, etc. Maybe a touch of that here and there, but overall the content of the journal will be mostly reflection on the day. What went well, what was hard, what was unexpected, and most importantly, why. The plan is to gain deeper insights into myself and my life through 10-15 minutes of journaling daily, getting my thoughts and questions on paper to better process them and get my mind more engaged. It is through this simple (yet surprisingly hard) routine that I intend to take my life to the next echelon and make strides both personally and professionally.

I invite you to follow along in my journey of self improvement. Every week I will post an update that will be a reflection on just the process and habit (reflection on reflection, anyone? ).

Buckle up. ‘Cause here we go!

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