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Just before the holidays, my employer and I broke up.  We parted friends, but I’ll admit it—I took a sucker punch to my pride.  In the days that followed, my friend Brooke Green marveled at my process for dealing with the circumstances.

The conversation sparked a topic for Brooke's [Link Removed] (The Ultimate Sales Chick), so I joined her on a recording.  We talked about my process, in particular, how I used a Break-up Journal to flush my head trash.

My process for anything involves writing, so the journal is merely a means to an end. The power comes from the introspection.  By moving it out of your head and onto paper, you diffuse the negative stuff and give rise to why you‘re stellar at what you do.

10 Things To Write in Your Break-up Notebook

What I Won’t Miss
What I Hated
The Challenges (Objective Version)
Defining Moments (aka the Forks in the Road)
Stellar Performances
Then & Now (aka Life Before & After Me)
A Timeline of Events
What I Didn’t Get To
What I’ll Miss the Most
5 Lessons

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