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Editor’s Notebook 102

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, This is your last chance to work with me until May 2017. CLICK HERE for the January Kickstart Package. What I’m Loving This Week PANTONE Color of the Year 2017. Fun…

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12 Days of Life Editing: Day 4 Not-To-Do List

Welcome to Day 4 of the 12 Days of Life Editing! Each day for the 12 days leading up to Christmas, I’m sharing a different tip to help you edit your life. Why the celebration? Because I’ve got 2 big announcements for the end of the year. First, if you join my Life Editor Clubhouse…

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Put On Your Oxygen Mask First

I used to travel a lot when I had my old book editing job in the corporate world. One year I flew on a plane 14 separate times. Seriously! But I never got burned out from travel, and I still love the thrill of takeoff. While I’m familiar with the lack of leg room and…

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Boundaries Lead to Freedom

About twice a week, Chris and I drop off our dog Skyla at the local Doggie Day Camp. It’s similar to day care for kids, but with less patty-cake and more sniffing of butts. Skyla adores the staff there, and her doggie friends all have fun names like Khaleesi, Scooby, and Moose. You might be…

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Why You Need Standards in Your Business and Life

Whenever someone signs up for a coaching call with me, I send them a 20-page document called a “Welcome Packet.” This file contains exactly what you’d expect: a questionnaire to get more information about the potential client’s life, info on setting up a video call, and glowing testimonials. But sometimes folks are surprised to see…

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