Journal Entry Ten
In this activity, you will record what you experienced during our in-class
visualization exercise. Here are the instructions from the textbook.
1. Write a visualization of the exact moment in the future when
you are experiencing the acco
Journal Entry Six
Think about a current problem, one that youre comfortable sharing with your
classmates and teacher. As a result of this problem, you may be angry, sad,
frustrated, depressed, overwhelmed, or afraid. Perhaps this situation has to
Journal Entry 15
In this activity, you will practice ways to increase your self-confidence. Selfconfident people expect success, which in turn strengthens their motivation
and fuels their energy. If what they are doing isnt working, they dont quit.
Journal Entry Seventeen
In this activity, you will practice the skill of active listening by writing out a
conversation with your inner guide. As discussed earlier, thoughts are dashing
through our minds much of the time. Writing a conversation with your