Neuroscience has shown that when you write something down, your brain becomes more committed to success and you are more likely to follow through, via the process of encoding.

Vividly describing your goals in written form is strongly associated with goal success, and people who very vividly describe or picture their goals are anywhere from 1.2 to 1.4 times more likely to successfully accomplish their goals than people who don’t. That’s a pretty big difference in goal achievement just from writing your goals on a piece of paper.

Conscious Journaling is one of the key Blisswork practices we encourage at Blissvana. We recommend you try it too for a at least three weeks. You will experience the difference for yourself.

Mark Murphy has an awesome article on this topic at: https://www.forbes.com/sites/markmurphy/2018/04/15/neuroscience-explains-why-you-need-to-write-down-your-goals-if-you-actually-want-to-achieve-them/#2f0305d07905