Journaling for 20 minutes a day can help you unlock many health benefits. It can be a great way to improve writing skills and help you find your strengths and weaknesses. Here are some other ways that journaling can help you professionally, and why you should do so at the end of your day.

Improved Confidence

If you find that you lack confidence in your work, focus on writing down the things you’ve received praise for or tasks that you’ve done well. Think about how you might have helped another employee. Including these things can help you build your confidence.

Come Up With Better Solutions

Your journal can also be used to reflect on mistakes you made, and what you can do next time to avoid it. This will allow you to make better decisions and learn from your past ones. If you find that you mostly work with numbers and data, this will allow you to use your creative side and plan ahead.

Improved Writing Skills

While this one might be a given, it’s important in any position that you can get your point across. Writing every day will help you express your thoughts and opinions in a direct manner. Once a week, go back through your journal and make edits to another entry. You’ll learn what to look for when editing future emails and other written materials you create.

Stay Organized

According to Medical Daily, putting thoughts down using pen and paper improves your ability to retain and understand concepts. You can use your journal as an inspiration to create a to-do list, and create a contact follow-up list to keep yourself organized with what you need to do, and whom you should reach out to.

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