Journaling for the business – and beyond

That task “make an entry page for all-things-journaling” has been sleeping long enough on my personal backlog-ish list. After my first remote talk in 2020 at Agile Monday Nueremberg (#AMNUE) I did a crazy thing: I JUST STARTED this page. 😉

Expect frequent changes to happen here. Some topics will (and have already) evolve into separate articles or pages.

As always, I love to hear your feedback, requests and thoughts – leave a comment or contact me over one of the channels you find on my business page

Related articles available on my blog

The most popular articles are:

  1. my series on journaling (start here)
  2. the one about habit building in the context of journaling
  3. my series with 10 reasons on Why NOT to start Bullet Journaling (start here)

Also, I suggest to have a look at the articles in following tags:

  1. journaling:
  2. habits:
  3. retrospectives:

Within those tags I already shared a bunch of thoughts and experiences about journaling. Also there are some pitfalls I dealt with successfully good enough during my journaling journey.

On the different journaling variants

I created a separate article on the question: What type of journaling book should I choose (first)? Read it here:

It aims to help you choose a (new) journaling book or decide to try out a different style – because different situations in life, different contexts and different experiences require different, individual approaches.

Possible Journals to start with…

Type ‘Guided free-style’

Type ‘Semi-structured’

SOME impulses for ‘freestyle journaling’

You want MORE on journaling?

Here’s a (German) podcast with me…

Earlier in 2020 I had the pleasure to be a guest in Marc Loeffler’s Passionate Teams Podcast. Unfortunately for non-German speakers, it is in German language. And you can tune in here:

Related (and highly recommendable) Books

  • The Essentials of Theory U (C. Otto Scharmer)
  • The User’s Guide to the Human Mind (Shawn T. Smith, PsyD)
    • relation to journaling:
      • lightweight and scientific foundation for mental work (where journaling techniques is ONE part… and there are a whole lot other “mental hacks” for our health and joy in life :-))
      • lots of mental practise invitations
    • please buy it at your local bookstore (or support e.g.

Still not “satisfied”?

Drop me some lines at mail (at) or get in touch via LinkedIn, Twitter, etc. I am happy to hear from you (and also offer my professional services – if you like).