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60-Second Business Tip: Imposter Syndrome

You’ve edited your life. Now it’s time to edit your business! I know how difficult it can be to start a business from scratch, especially when you’ve got a hundred other responsibilities. Are you juggling multiple priorities such as your day job, your spouse, your kids, your parents, school, countless committees, and more? This video…

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5 Unexpected Ways You Ruin Your Career Ambitions

When I was figuring out my ideal blog reader, it took me a little while to narrow down the age range, interests, and personality type. Who was I writing for? But there’s one characteristic I was completely clear on from the start: I want to surround myself with ambitious women. To many people, the words…

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How to Dump Your Guilt and the Fear of Success

Guilt used to be a familiar character in my life. Just when things seemed to be going my way—weight loss, a big promotion, awards and recognition—guilt would slide up beside me, rest its heavy arms on my shoulders, and whisper in my ear… “You don’t think you’re better than everyone else, do you?” I can…

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How to Let Go of Perfection to Get Ahead in Your Career

The other day I was on a video call with a client, and I asked her why she chose to work with me as oppose to another coach. She thought for a minute and then said, “Well, I think it’s because you don’t seem that polished.” As soon as the words left her mouth, her…

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You’re Already “Good Enough”

When you look at your life, are you satisfied? Are you happy with how things are going? Are you reaching your goals, achieving your dreams, and shooting for the stars? Or are you stuck in the cycle of perfectionism, comparison, and frustration? Are you suffering from not-good-enough-itis? I heard that affliction can be deadly. Does…

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Why I Love Cold Turkey: The Benefits of Split Decisions

I admit it. I’m a vegan, and I love cold turkey. Say what??? Let me explain… When I was in high school, I grew my hair long enough so I could sit on it. What can I say? I was a weird kid. We might as well drag out the embarrassing high school picture now.…

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Yoda and the Law of Attraction

So, I turned on the TV the other day, and they were showing my favorite Star Wars movie, The Empire Strikes Back. You know, the one with all the sister-kissing, Han-freezing, hand-chopping craziness. Anyhoo, it was at the part where our hero, Jedi-in-training Luke Skywalker, is learning about controlling the Force from his master, Yoda.…

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