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Life Editor’s Picks: Rise and Shine

Wake up, Life Editor! I know, you’re super stressed out, you’re not getting enough sleep, and it seems harder and harder to drag yourself out of bed every morning. The mornings are tough for a lot of people, but there are fantastic reasons for getting your buns moving in the early hours of the day.…

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How to Use the Traffic Light Method to Conquer Your To-Do List

Hop in, Life Editor! We’re hittin’ the road! On the highway of life, you’re bound to run into some obstacles. What roadblocks are preventing you from getting to your destination? One way to fuel your motivation is to rewrite your to-do list into a format that makes it easy to instantly see what’s most important…

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New Clubhouse Class: Warm Letter Campaigns

Back in college (when dinosaurs roamed the Earth), I remember one of my professors teaching us about cold calls. Randomly calling a stranger to try to get them to buy from you was supposed to be a tried-and-true marketing tactic. It felt icky to me then, and cold calls are still one of the sleaziest…

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Editor’s Notebook 118

The Editor’s Notebook is my place to share the things I’m loving this week and other random links that have caught my eye. Enjoy! PS, Life Editor Weekend tickets are now on sale! Click here to join the fun. What I’m Loving This Week Wonder Woman Trailer. I’m sooo excited to see this! We need…

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10 Habits of Expert Life Editors

Life editing isn’t a one-and-done task. Your life is always changing so you’ll always be editing. So what makes some Life Editors wildly successful while others stay at the “surface level” stage? Expert Life Editors look for ways to go deeper and up their game. They’re not content to make half-hearted efforts. They’re all in,…

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To the Teacher Who Saved My Life

“Bananas! Bananas! Bananas!” It was the first day of my sophomore year of high school, and everyone in my English class was acting nuts. The girl on my left was screaming like a starving monkey. The boy on my right stood on his chair and began reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. Another girl raced to…

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