Journaling is one of the most powerful self-improvement tools in any person’s repertoire—it helps you remember the great things you did that deserve praise, which boosts your self-esteem, and it gives you insight on what you can improve for a better tomorrow. Pretty straightforward, right? But without a plan for making the most of each day and avoiding productivity traps, journaling is actually one of the most self-destructive things you can do.
You will always be able to make money writing if you improve yourself with the same intensity as you improve your writing.
Think about it:
People are hungry for information that can improve their lives. So if you, the ardent self-improver, make a personal breakthrough, your experience will be valuable to someone who wants the same improvement.