Editor’s Notebook 294

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 New On The Blog The Fall Resolution You Should Make, Based on Your Zodiac Sign. Because we all need a refresh! I will definitely be prioritizing…

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How to Make Your New Niche Blog a Huge Success

You just launched your new niche blog, and you’re eager to share your content with the world. But before you publish your first post, there are a few things you should do to set yourself up for success. Take the time to plan and prepare your blog before you launch so you’ll be in a…

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Why “Set It and Forget It” Won’t Work for You

Remember those infomercials from the 90s for the rotisserie oven that was so user friendly you could just “set it and forget it”? Here’s a visual reminder if you weren’t raised by the TV like me: “Set it and forget it” was quite the catchphrase in my middle school, and we imagined how great it…

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How to “Walk Your Talk” in Business and Life

I’m a big proponent of “walking your talk.” That is, living your life in alignment with what you believe in and actually doing the things you recommend to others. So it’s probably no surprise to you that I have my own business coach. Frankly, you should never hire a coach who doesn’t believe in coaching. Imagine…

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How to Make a Great Impression With Your Retail Store

First impressions matter in the world of retail, no matter what kind of store you run. You must entice every potential customer into your store, encourage them to buy your products or your services, and help them learn more about your brand. A great first impression can transform your store and lead to loyal customers…

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3 Marketing Tips to Push Your Business Forward

When starting your own business, it’s up to you to decide what’s most important to you. Every business owner has a different list of priorities, and it’s easy to get caught in the trap of putting your energy in the wrong places. Even though it may be natural for you to focus on the parts…

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I Made This When I Was Mad (Tough Love Time!)

A few years after starting my coaching business, I began noticing my clients saying the same excuses as to why they haven’t started a business. And they all had to do with time management. “I wish I could start a business but I have no time.” “I have a day job, and I’m too exhausted by the…

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