When I first joined Sandler as a trainer, one of the keys to success shared with me was the importance of journaling. It's great for clearing your mind. It helps you visualize things. It makes you accountable. There are plenty of other benefits, too.
I was even given a very long list of things to journal about. I had never been one to write out my thoughts, so any help I could get was welcomed.
I did it consistently for less than a month. Of course, my low planning score manifested, and soon enough, the priority to write in my journal faded away.
A few months later, I discovered a structure that worked great and fits my fast-paced, visual learning style.