Editor’s Notebook 3

Hey there! If you’re new here, please subscribe to my weekly ezine The Life Editor so you won’t miss any freebies, videos, or updates. Thanks for visiting! The Editor’s Notebook posts are my place to share the things I’m loving this week and other random links that have caught my eye. Enjoy! What I’m Loving […]

Elevate Series: Open Your Grip on Expectations

Today I’m sharing another entry in my series of guest posts on Stratejoy that I write as a member of Molly Mahar’s 2014 Elevate Mastermind. I’m a huge Disney fan, and this guest post is about how my business is like the movie Frozen. Well, except for the talking snowman. You’ll learn: The secret I […]

New! Dozens of Freebies in the Editor’s Toolkit

In case you were wondering if I really do read your comments and emails…here’s proof I do. I’ve gotten many requests to compile my various freebies into one place so readers won’t have to hunt around for them on my website. Also, my coaching clients regularly receive check-in messages from me with videos and recommended […]

What to do When No One Likes the New You

A funny thing happens when you start editing your life… At first you’re making very slow progress and seeing if you trust yourself to do the work. I mean, you’ve set goals and not reached them before, right? Once you feel the energy of completion and get that snowball effect rolling, your brain starts screaming, […]

Editor’s Notebook 2

The Editor’s Notebook posts are my place to share the things I’m loving this week and other random links that have caught my eye. Enjoy! What I’m Loving This Week The Habits of Successful People: They Start Small. Baby steps, baby steps, baby steps. If you’re procrastinating, then your tasks aren’t small enough. Break ‘em […]

Why You Should NOT Follow Your Passion

Today’s post might be a bit controversial, especially in the life coaching industry. But I’ve never shied away from sharing things people told me not to share before. Recently, one of my clients who is still in college was worried about finding a job in her field after graduation. Her mentors and fellow classmates had […]