Emotional Exploration

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Prioritize Self-Care

Plan, execute, and document productive emotional exploration sessions in a single space. As you journal, Coda AI will assist in highlighting the most important topics, insights, and action items for clarity at a glance.

Reflective Journaling: Write and organize your thoughts, feelings, and experiences.
AI Assistance: Coda AI identifies key emotional topics and provides valuable insights.
Action Items: Track action items and coping strategies discussed during the session.
Personal Growth: Set goals and monitor progress in your emotional well-being journey.
Clarity: Easily review and understand the key emotional insights and action items.
Continuity: Keep all your emotional exploration sessions in one accessible space.
Empowerment: Gain valuable self-awareness and improve emotional well-being.
Guidance: AI-powered assistance helps you uncover patterns and opportunities.
Start your transformative emotional exploration journey with Emotional Catalyst Journals today!
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Emotional Reflections

Today, I made a conscious effort to challenge negative body image thoughts and practice self-compassion. I attended a therapy session where I shared my recent struggles, and it felt empowering to talk openly about my journey towards recovery. Although I still face challenges with food and body image, I acknowledge that progress in recovery is not linear, and each step counts.
The "Emotional Catalyst" journal helps me stay accountable and focused on my recovery journey. Writing down my emotions and challenges allows me to gain insights into my eating disorder triggers and develop healthier coping mechanisms. I feel hopeful that with continued support, self-compassion, and resilience, I can overcome my eating disorder and live a fulfilling and balanced life.

Journal Calendar

“ I experienced significant emotional growth and positive outcomes, with room for further development in emotional planning and time management.”
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Post-event reflections
15 minutes
Polly Rose
Share actionable feedback with appropriate teams
| Feedback | Who | Agree |
| --- | --- | --- |
| Liked that we focused on listening to the community and addressing their needs throughout the event; the swag - it was gorgeous! 😍 | Lola Tseudonym | SiNing Chan, Nicole Nearhood |
| Consider adding more casual meetup areas | Alan Chowansky | |
| Happy to hear that attendees loved the way we ran our event in such a way that was so engaging and relevant that they forgot it was a remote event. | Lola Tseudonym | SiNing Chan |
| I think it really well, especially given the tight timeline; the event platform was pretty good, but could use a better chat experience. | Felix Marlin | |
| Consider integrating a chat app? | Maria Marquis | |
| how we can improve the chat experience? | Polly Rose | |
Overall, people were pretty positive about the event, both the execution and outcomes, with room for improvement with regards to the planning process and the timeline.
Create a workback plan for next year’s event
15 minutes
Buck Dubois
Action item: Maria Marquis to lead pre-mortem.
Monitor data: We want to review both the quantitative and qualitative feedback to identify areas in our planning, processes, and programs where we can improve at next year’s event.
Share & discuss catalyst journal entries
10 minutes
Lola Tseudonym
Share customer stories page
Share examples from competitor promos.
Talk to your support system
5 minutes
Buck Dubois
Lucy Low
Lucy Low
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Emotional Transformations and Breakthroughs

“Share experiences with supportive emotional communities.”
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How can I track and celebrate my emotional transformations and breakthroughs?
Using the emotional decision log to record my emotional breakthroughs and insights will help me celebrate my emotional progress and make transformative emotional decisions.

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