Editor’s Notebook 27

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!

What I’m Loving This Week

Kissing Skeletons. Love this video!

What Successful People Do Within the First 10 Minutes of the Workday. So many good ideas you can steal for yourself. This was also my most Liked and shared post on Facebook this week.

Madonna Is A True Feminist Icon & You Need To Pay Attention To What She’s Saying. I’ve been listening to Rebel Heart on repeat for days, and this new interview is just as juicy and unapologetic as Madonna’s new album. Material girl forever!

We’re Not Taking Enough Lunch Breaks. Why That’s Bad For Business. Depressing and totally preventable. Go take a break, people!

How to Train Your Voice to Sound More Powerful. Sorry, Britney, but as the former captain of my high school speech team, I gotta say that I hate vocal fry with a passion.

6 Personality Traits That Can Make You a More Trusted Entrepreneur. Just a few more reasons to be yourself.

100 Questions That Will Transform Your Life. Or at least make you re-examine the direction you’re currently headed. Wanna talk about it? Let’s set up a free call.

It’s Not Going to Turn Out the Way You Thought. This oldie but goodie from Kate Northrup has been making the rounds lately. Do yourself a favor and read this.

The Most Effective Way I’ve Found to Eliminate Procrastination. Make the right kind of deadlines.

Questions of Priority. I ask my clients these same questions. Are you working on something that directly affects your top priority?

The “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” Opening Credits Extended Version. This is my new favorite show! I firmly believe that you can thrive no matter what has happened to you. And of course, I love Kimmy’s fashion sense. Females are strong as hell!

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  1. Sarah @ Long Island Nerd on March 14, 2015 at 9:58 am

    Yay, another great roundup! The one that stuck out to me immediately is the lunch break one. I NEVER take lunch breaks but I had actually just made a promise to myself that once it warms up just a little more I’m going to get out and take walks every day just to get up and moving. Looking forward to checking out these links.

    Have a great weekend!

    • Sage Grayson on March 15, 2015 at 6:50 am

      YES! Take your lunch break and use the time to recharge (and eat, obviously). It’ll make you more focused in the afternoon.