An Editor’s Favorite Happiness Tool

An editor has many tools of the trade. A red pen, of course. An eye for details. A grateful heart.

But there’s one editing tool that can boost your happiness like nothin’ else. Find out what that happiness tool is in today’s Life Editing Quick Tip video.

Be on the lookout for 1 more Quick Tip video this week with doable editing strategies.

Missed Video 1? Click here to watch How to Think Like an Editor to Reach Your Goals.

These videos are all leading up to my webinar, “5 Secrets of an Edited Life.”

This webinar is an insider’s guide to help you save time, nurture yourself, and get stuff done. Best of all, it’s FREE!

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Space is limited, so please act fast! I don’t want you to miss all the fun. ;)


Tuesday, September 2
12:00 noon-1:00 pm Pacific time

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Can’t make it to the live webinar? No worries! You can watch the recording on my website the following day.

Watch today’s Life Editing Quick Tip video to learn an editor’s favorite happiness tool.

RSVP: Click here to reserve your spot for the webinar, “5 Secrets of an Edited Life.”

What images will you put on your vision board? Let me know in the comments below!

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See you on the webinar!

This post focuses on Step 3 of the Life Editing Process, Add Good Habits and Routines. For more about life editing and what it can do for you, click here.


  1. Lori on August 30, 2014 at 9:46 am

    I love a vision board! It’s been a few years since I created my last vision board, but I really need to create a new one. My new goal is to have a vision board for each room in my house. We moved into our house over a year ago, and the majority of the rooms are still empty. In my mind, I see each room filled with the most beautiful furniture, but I want to get the images out if my mind and onto some paper! I think it will be great to walk into each room and see a vision board on the wall of how I want each room to look.

  2. Suzie Cheel on August 27, 2014 at 3:58 pm

    Great video and funny I keep coming across vision boards and about to addthen into my coaching and use my training, thanks

    • Sage Grayson on August 28, 2014 at 8:49 am

      Thanks, Suzie. I have a great time making vision boards–and they really work! 🙂

  3. Jennifer Kennedy on August 27, 2014 at 3:19 pm

    I love these videos, Sage!! You’re rockin’ them.

    Can you believe I’ve never created a vision board!! I probably should get some girlfriends together and get started on that ASAP. Sadly, I also have a whiteboard that I haven’t updated. I’m going to get on that tonight. Thanks for the good info.

    • Sage Grayson on August 28, 2014 at 8:51 am

      Never??? They’re so much fun, Jennifer. I love looking at other people’s vision boards and seeing what’s important to them.