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the time-in technique

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Dan Koch On the workbook theme, I would urge the reader to keep all his/her thoughts together in a notebook, date them, and then have a plan to return to them some period of time later. In this way, a reader could then see if there has been a shift or not; if there has been no shift to the positive, then a rework of the material by the reader is needed, and so on, until there has been a shift.

Anyone willing to do this online along with me and see how it works?


Marianne I have been keeping a workbook for the Time-Ins. I find that it makes you more likely to implement the ideas that you generate. Writing the goals and ideas down on paper make them real and reminds you of what you really want in life rather than just "existing".


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