Methods for reflective practice Reflective journals Keeping a reflective journal — sometimes also called a learning journal — is a way to reflect through documenting ideas, feelings, observations and visions. It can be done on paper or on a computer. Keeping a reflective journal can help you to focus your thoughts and develop your ideas develop your voice and gain confidence experiment with ideas and ask questions organise your thinking through exploring and mapping complex issues develop your conceptual and analytical skills reflect upon and make sense of experiences and the processes behind them express your feelings and emotional responses become aware of your actions and strategies develop your writing style and skills, and explore different styles of writing develop a conversation with others. When keeping a reflective journal, these tips may be useful:
The Power of Self Reflection Sometimes, you need to just stop and ponder. Here are some insights to get you started. Getty Images It's easy for busy ambitious people to get lost in the day, week and even the month. Heck, I know people who are so driven they blink and a whole year is gone.
I have no issue with being driven and productive. I, myself, love to accomplish and engage in new activities and opportunities continuously.
But I also like to feel very connected to who I am and the people I choose to include in my life. To make sure I keep the connection I consciously set aside time for self-reflection.
This is different than time I take for prayer or meditation. This time is specifically focused on questions about my goals, my behavior, and my general state of mind.
It may sound narcissistic to some, but I can't be of any good to other people unless I am first good to myself. So I set aside time every week to unplug from everybody and everything. I use the time to ask myself the following questions.
This helps me make sure I am in touch with the deep part of my soul so I can be whole for the people I care about. Am I living up to my core values and personal mission?
Without structure you can end up anywhere. I keep my own set of rules and guidelines to guide me. Then, I can evaluate whether I am following them or how deviation has led me astray.
Am I being a person others can respect? It may, at times, be useful to think your actions don't matter to others, but of course they do. I want to always be a righteous person who earns respect. I review behavior and ponder improvements regularly.
This includes showing more gratitude and appreciation wherever possible. Am I respecting my body the way I should?Saturday 23rd June Sunday 24th June Monday 25th June Tuesday 26th June Wednesday 27th June Thursday 28th June ; Doctoral Consortium.
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The Power of Self Reflection. Sometimes, you need to just stop and ponder. Here are some insights to get you started. By Kevin Daum Inc. entrepreneur and best-selling author @KevinJDaum.
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