The frameworks inside these journals are a distillation of the hundreds of hours I have spent coaching other impressive entrepreneurs and startup leaders.
As a coach, I’ve been privileged to have a window into the various challenges that entrepreneurs and startup leaders face. I have found that while such challenges may be varied and complex, the techniques for overcoming them can be much simpler.
These journals are a distillation of those frameworks and practices. I hope they can bring you a sense of composure and progress through the challenges you may be facing on your journey.
The frameworks inside these journals are a distillation of the thousands of hours I have spent coaching 100+ impressive entrepreneurs, founders and startup leaders.
My coaching sessions with Mica helped me clarify my most profound dreams, live more authentically and reach the calm I need to deal with challenges. I learned how to re-balance my days to ensure that the things that give me energy are always present.
Mica's delicate but sharp questions led me towards some subtle but profound shifts in perspective that I would have never reached on my own. I have greater clarity about the future I aspire to and a clearer articulation of my place within it as a result.
Check-in with yourself for a few minutes daily, to help you make the most of your internal resources by increasing your awareness of how full your fuel tank is and the things that refuel you most effectively.
One of the most easily accessible techniques to help you develop a more symbiotic, non-ruminative relationship with your own mind.
Journaling empowers you to solve your own challenges, without feeling like you're burdening others. It provides you with a non-judgmental forum to process your own thoughts and feelings, so you can communicate them more effectively to those around you.
I don’t journal to ‘be productive.’ I don’t do it to find great ideas or to put down prose I can later publish. The pages aren’t intended for anyone but me. It’s the most cost-effective therapy I’ve ever found.
The physical act of writing activates our prefrontal cortex, the part of our brain which: