A quote by a young Power Journal
Travis Hicks was about 8 years old
when his dad mentored him with the Power Journal concept for 2 years.
At first, Travis responded to the physical rewards
of the system (which in his case involved equating
points with quarters). Ten years later, Travis
had this to say:
definitely did think of the money at first.
I thought, “if I do this, I''m gonna
make some money'.
But then I began
this is nice!'
In not very much time, the
helping, the learning, the creativity, became worth
it for their own value. And after awhile, it just
became something that felt good to do.
The Power Journal is
designed to let you realize the true
value of your actions and appreciate that more than
the money. This happened to me.
Travis has grown up to be remarkably creative, is
mainly self-educated, and gets a kick out of helping
people. Now 22, Travis is in college, after he
decided that he wanted to enroll.
He getting straight A's and is on the Dean's list
It is noteworthy that both he and his father credit
the use of the Power Journal with helping him--even
to the effect on his grades at college.
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