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Stop Hiding! How to Love Being the Face of Your Business

One of the best compliments I ever received was when my manager said I was the “face of the organization” and that’s why I was so valuable to the team. My face and outgoing personality certainly helped me make sales back in my book publishing days, but putting myself front and center helps my current…

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3 Undeniable Reasons Why Your Business Needs a Blog

There’s one essential element every great business website needs: a blog! Before you push back and insist that you’re not a blogger, let me say that I’m not a blogger either! Sure, I’ve published more than 900 blog posts in the 6 years I’ve had my website, but my blog is just one of the…

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New Clubhouse Class: The Ultimate Guide to List Making and Journaling

I’ve always been a little obsessed with planners and notebooks. Back-to-school shopping was my favorite time of year when I was a kid, and I was the only one in my friend group who couldn’t wait for school to be back in session. I would spend hours roaming the aisles of the office supply store…

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Heads Up! Last Day for Summer Retreat Tickets!

As I’m writing this, I’m watching the neighbors across the street pack up their truck with multi-colored pool floaties, a cooler that I’m sure is filled with sandwiches and watermelon slices, and more beach towels than I can count. Now they’re hooking up their boat to the back bumper and heading off on another summer…

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Sage’s Summer Retreat (Selling Out!)

My favorite event of the year is my annual summer retreat, Life Editor Weekend! Imagine joining forces with ambitious, like-minded Life Editors for a weekend long productivity party with me. It’s the self-care retreat you’ve been waiting for. This year, I’m hosting Life Editor Weekend September 7-10, and we’re returning to the beautiful Lakeside Inn…

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Why Playing Small Hurts Everyone

The toughest challenge I face as a life coach is getting my clients to step out of their safe, little comfort zones. They think playing small in their lives by not working toward their goals isn’t hurting anyone but themselves. So they’ll procrastinate on setting up their websites, refuse to join a nutrition or health…

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The Foolproof Way to Price Your Products and Services

One of my very first coaches gave me some advice that I’ve never forgotten, “Charge as much as you can say without stuttering.” That’s a pretty gutsy move! What would you charge for your products and services? A million dollars? What my coach meant was that you have to be confident when you say your…

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