The ThinkGym Method has a lot to do with doing exercises in a journal, like answering questions, completing sentence stems, brainstorming, making lists, etc.
But let's say I have a procrastination problem, someone else there in the world also has it, or even he doesn't have this exact problem but has worries about a lot of things, or he is not confident or simply wants to achieve some goal.
It can be a lonely situation...
Instead of just sitting along with a challenge, finding coaches, or only reading books, you can find a partner with whom you can collaborate and help each other solve problems and grow one-on-one.
It is like a potential friendship, but not something casual.
This partner would also like to achieve more and procrastinate less with some similar or different goal.
I have some strengths and weaknesses, and so does the other side - together, we can help each other.
You and your partner decide how collaboration would be done.
Some of the ideas:
Here are the basic rules and guidelines of how partnerships work:
Hi, my name is Marta, and I want to find a partner to work on my anxiety issues in different social situations. I am searching for someone to share some events when I experience a lot of stress, especially in my workplace. External feedback and support from a partner would be appreciated to go through these challenges. I would like to share my journal entries about this topic with my partner. In exchange, I would be happy to help my future partner to keep her accountable for going to any of her goals and be more productive - that's what I am coping with very well. Email, Facebook, and Discord are the best ways to contact me.
You can start using the Journaling Partners service here: