Full Focus Journal - Single
Full Focus Journal - Single
For high achievers, planning the day comes naturally. But how often do you take time to process the day? Life is full of lessons and opportunities for gratitude. Yet in the busyness of daily life, these lessons can be missed.
The Full Focus Journal helps you process your day for better clarity, thinking, and decision-making. Built from Michael Hyatt’s daily journaling routine, the journal offers a simple eight-question template so you never have to stare at a blank page.
Enjoy clarity, happiness, and greater success with a daily journaling habit.
- 6¼" x 9¼"
- 288 pages
- Lay-flat binding
- One ribbon marker
- Cloth-over-boards finish
A Built-In Process That Makes Journaling Second Nature
Reflect on the Day
Simple questions help you quickly process the past 24 hours, so nothing of significance gets lost in the day-to-day whirlwind.
Uncover Key Lessons
Journaling isn’t just about what happened—it’s about understanding how and why things happen. Context is critical for learning, and The Full Focus Journal™ ensures you always have it.
Find the Joy of Gratitude
Remind yourself of the things that count and replace any nagging thoughts and limiting beliefs with a refreshed perspective as you start or finish your day.
Learn to Slow Down
Watching your progress unfold in page after page makes it much easier to escape the overwhelm that keeps so many leaders from slowing down and growing in self-awareness.
Get the Annual Subscription
Since the Full Focus Journal™ is built on a routine of daily reflection, the pages will fill up fast but you can sign up to get four journals per year with the annual subscription! Save money and keep your thoughts and goals organized all year long without disruption.
See why others love using their Full Focus Journals
- Russel Eubanks
“In diving into inner reflection, I am reminded of not only my motivations and the balance of my actions, but also, my purpose. The questions are curiously both nurturing yet self-aware. You can’t help but be inspired by your own life.”
- Michele Paiva
“This journal has been a great reminder to slow down and spend time reflecting on the past events of each day. Look forward to answering the questions and writing my thoughts even when its a brief couple of sentences.”
- Robb Gossen
“Really makes me slow down and do a daily after action review, which I really need to add to my daily rituals!”
- April Tillery
“I have never journaled before but this journal makes the process very simple and meaningful.”
- Tony Smith
“I have found this journal an excellent way to organize my thoughts at the end of the day. I love structure and this provides that format!”
- Brett Roy
“The journal really makes me think about the day. Rather than just going on and on about issues, I really have to stop and think and be objective. In addition, I need to remember that no matter how bad the day is something good did happen.”
- Michelle Dragalin
“I have always had a hard time Journaling. With this journal it talks all the guesswork out of what questions I need to ask myself at the end of the day reflecting on the past day. It is a great product and don’t stop making them!”
- Derrick Radford
I started using my Journal on 5 October to complement my Full Focus Planner. Since the planner starts it's daily pages on a Monday I decided to wait until then to start journaling. I did a few back in September on loose paper to practice. The format is good and it helps me reflect on the day and keep things fresh in my mind. I find journaling in the morning works for me so far. I added journaling to my Workday Startup Ritual for now.
I'm honing in on my Daily Rituals and getting used to block out my day. By the end of 2021 countdown I should be ready to rock the new year.
Due to medical issues, I haven’t been using them.
I like it, but I wish it had a pocket in back and a stretch band
I've been hoping to start journalling for some time. But I've never known how to begin. I'm a big fan of the "Full Focus Planner," so I figured I'd give the "Journal" a shot as well. It has the same great design I enjoy in the FFP, and probing questions to help me develop a journaling discipline. Thank you!