I never get tired of talking with my clients about habit change and all the little things they want to improve in their lives and businesses. Breaking bad habits, sticking to good ones, and how to know which habits are right for you. It can get a bit overwhelming when you finally decide to take…

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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 Spring into Clean: 6 Things to Purge from Your Bedroom NOW. What clutter is dragging down your mood? How to Motivate Yourself Daily. Every little bit…

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One of the benefits of being very short is that I have a knack for balance. My center of gravity is low, my hips are wide, and my feet are flat and sturdy. When I was a kid, my friends and I would play “American Gladiators,” and I’d always win the event where you try…

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I like to think that I’m a real clutter-buster. That’s because I love cleaning up my workspace, tossing worn out things, and organizing my home as if it’s an Ikea display room. A clean and orderly environment is a joy to work in, and it keeps you calm so you can avoid burning out. Many…

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When you find yourself procrastinating and neglecting your to-do list, then it’s time to prioritize. This week I had a call with a client who normally makes great progress and is always ready to listen and learn. But after choosing her goals, making her 12 week plan, and breaking down all her projects into bite-sized…

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I wouldn’t say I’m a lucky person, but I’ve found that the more positive thoughts I have, the more positive opportunities I see. The law of attraction plays a big part in my life, and perhaps you’ve noticed that what you see is what you get in your life. If you’re constantly looking for bad…

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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 What Career Type Suits Your Personality? Play to your strengths and you might find a new passion. Weed the Racists Books, Libraries. It’s not censorship, but…

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