Ah, I so enjoy reading training the training journals on here, and so I thought to try my own!
As my focus tends to stray a bit, I thought I would do mini training journals! Technically it’s an ordinary training journal, except I will define specific concrete goals to focus on one at a time, plus a fancy name.
Each goal will be it’s own “mini journal” and after having completed one, I can start the next. I will keep them all in this topic, though. Working on other memory projects is allowed, but I want to bring my focus back to my current goal again and again.
Mini Training Journal #1: 15 String Figures
I like working with kids, but whenever you do work with kids, it’s best to have some tricks, games and general activities up your sleeve. I would love to expand my repertoire, and I think learning string figures would be a great way to do so!
To start, I would like to learn 15 different string figures and memorize the process of making them. My goal is to:
- have the instructions of 15 different string figures memorized
- be able to do them fluently through muscle memory
I want to memorize the instructions, so that when my muscle memory has faded, I don’t need to look up them up online – I can just look them up in my mind
My aim is to work everyday towards this goal, even if it is just 30 sec.
Alright, here we go! Let’s see how it goes