My client Linda is celebrating a huge win this week: she published her first book! This feat has been years in the making with too many starts and stops along the way. Like most Life Editors, she has beautiful dreams that somehow feel just out of reach. But not anymore! Three months ago, Linda put…

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Despite the fact that I market myself as a life coach, more than half of my clients don’t have any pressing life problems. Instead, they’re startup business owners who want to be more productive, more profitable, and less stressed. Thankfully, nearly all of my best life coaching strategies work for entrepreneurs too. We want to…

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This is September, back-to-school season, and there’s just a hint of fall in the air. Well, maybe more than a hint if you’ve seen the crazy Halloween displays at Target or other stores. So I’m using this fall fresh start as a time to reset and revamp my routines. It’s time to edit MY life!…

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Please imagine me doing my best impression of Admiral Ackbar: “IT’S A TRAP!!!” No, we’re not battling star destroyers or Darth Vader today, but we are fighting our way out of the common traps that stop us from living our happiest lives. When I first started my business (back when dinosaurs roamed the Earth), procrastination weighed…

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Once I was researching social media managers, and I thought I had found the perfect woman to hire. Her website was slick and professional, she wore designer clothes, and her classy headshot looked like it had been taken by a professional photographer in a fancy studio. Yep, she oozed confidence and success, and her online headquarters…

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The best decision I ever made for my business was also my most controversial one. What? Me, controversial? While I might seem like a mild-mannered Life Editor who spends her days coaching clients, reading productivity books, and submitting to the whims of my perfect dog Skyla, in actuality, my very first choice as a life coach…

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I once had a client (who I’ll call Sally) who couldn’t stop overthinking. She would worry about every tiny detail of her life and business. Her over-analyzing was so bad that it took her 18 months to finally publish her website. First she couldn’t find the right shade of purple, then she wanted a custom…

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