The unique and beautiful Power Journal workbook
doesn't look like an ordinary journal or diary,
because it isn't one.
Entries in the Power Journal are not concerned
with everywhere a person went or everything that
was done during the day. Instead, they are
written towards the "power centers" which
we all possess...
(see notes on the "spiritual'
aspect and the
When a journaler makes entries, s/he:
Thinks of what s/he
did during the day using his/her left brain,
right brain, values of the heart, etc.
relating to those actions;
Puts checkmarks in
the corresponding columns by those entries, and
checks which are related to each other in purpose.
Here is an entry example...
rode around on his bicycle
helped his friend wash dishes
(heart, or compassion)
wasn't totally altruistic. He helped so that they
could get out of the house faster)
had an idea about a new computer game
called a person he didn't know very well
learned about his idea's possibilities
(The last three entries were related to each other
in purpose, so were circled)
would your children want to use this
Because when various types of
actions are combined towards one
purpose, the points and rewards are
multiplied, not simply added.
reflects the reality that when we
employ all of our power centers
towards one purpose,
our results are multiplied many
the reality that we change our
actions when we are initially rewarded to do
themselves are surprisingly addictive:
the satisfaction from greater
achievements and increased
self-esteem soon becomes the primary motivator
in the process, and the need for the
Power Journal system falls away.
young man's experience)