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The Self Journal

Independent Maker

Full Details

  • Materials: Body: Hard, canvas wrapped cover; Pages: Acid-washed archival paper with fabric tether bookmark
  • Unique, undated format allows for flexible goal-setting
  • Journal includes 91 day-by-day action planning pages
  • Formatted to help reach short-term goals
  • 256 pages total
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 8.75" x 5.5" x 1"
  • Weight: 1 lb.
Independent Maker


4.5 avg. (2 reviews)

Bought a second
07/26/2018 by David
Powerful system and process. Would love tech to interact with book or system.
12/28/2017 by Brenda
I bought this as a Christmas gift for my DIL. I had gotten her one from here last year and she loved it. The look and format have changed this year so I hope she likes the newer version.
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The Self Journal

This goal-setting planner helps you achieve by mapping out steps, doing them, and reflecting on them. First, you’ll break down big objectives into smaller, doable steps (research shows that amorphous, long-term goals are destined to fail). Each undated page—made of archival quality paper—guides you but lets you find a routine that works. You’ll track progress and reflect each day on the small wins, losses, and lessons learned.

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This goal-setting planner takes its cues from high achievers. Planning out small, actionable steps and tracking progress is the key to reaching your goals.

The canvas-bound pages help you break down lofty objectives into doable tasks. Set a daily intention on each page and map out steps to make it happen. At the end of every day, you’re prompted to reflect—reveling in the daily wins and reflecting on what you can do differently tomorrow.

To create their journal, Founders Cathryn Lavery and Allen Brouwer researched many high performing people to discover the secret to their success. Yearlong goals often failed because they were simply overwhelming. Instead, planning smaller tasks, doing them, and reflecting on them led to real change.

Cathryn and Allen left the pages without dates, so you can personalize your own timetable—whether you want to work for 91 days straight or take a vacation in between. There is blank space for doodles and brainstorms, and positive quotes are peppered throughout the pages for encouragement.

We like that the journal asks you to examine WHY you have the goals that you do, too. Starting off with pure motivation can make all the difference. Start small and write it all down—your goals are closer than you think. more Their Story