30 Mindset journal prompts for daily success

Mindset journal prompts

Journaling, or simply putting thoughts and ideas on paper is a great way to expand your mind and provoke more thought. The goal of this daily exercise is to become an outlet to express yourself and analyze where you are and where you’re headed. These prompts below will kickstart your journey into journaling and put you on the path to success, one small step at a time. Start today, pick one of these prompts, set a five minute timer and just start writing. This is not about perfection it is about getting words and thoughts on paper. Shoot us an email or leave a comment about your results, we love to see where this takes you.

Why are you here?

How did you get here?

Why do you want to change?

What are you happy about?

What are you unhappy about?

What are your goals?

How will you feel when you achieve them?

What do successful people do that you don’t?

When is a time you thought you failed but it was a blessing in disguise?

What kind of music do you listen to?

How much money is too much?

How do you spend your spare time?

Why is money green? Remember, this is just about putting words on paper, use your imagination, not google.

What are you successful at now?

Can you be successful without a job?

What are some excuses you commonly use?

What is limiting your success?

What would you tell a child that didn’t make a sports team?

What would you tell a child that had a big project coming in a week, how do they get it done?

What can I do today to get closer to my goals?

How will today be better than yesterday?

What is one change I can make in my schedule?

What is the last book I read and how did it help me achieve my goals?

What is the worst job you could have and why?

Who is someone that is successful and how do you know?

How do I feel about other people’s opinions of me?

Is Oprah Winfrey smarter than you? Don’t overthink it, just write!

What is something in the past I am still holding on to?

What is something in the future I am fearful of?

What is an unhealthy habit I do?

When you’re finished, look back on your answers and thoughts. It may reveal something new or show how you filter your thoughts. What are your results? Let us know in the comments below or shoot us an email.

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