All Disney theme parks are temporarily closed because of our recent worldwide health crisis. So instead of easing my anxiety at Disneyland (which is minutes away from my home!), I’m binging on Disney+ and singing “When Will My Life Begin” to my dog Skyla. She’s not amused. Other Disney fans are even recreating their favorite…

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I don’t care how good your content is or why you’re an expert in your field. None of that means a thing if you have boring subject lines, titles, and headlines. Your audience won’t open your emails or watch your videos unless you entice them right from the start. For example, just look at this…

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I don’t know many people who are feeling lucky right now despite it being Saint Patrick’s Day. The news is bleak all around, and our routines and lifestyles are being flipped upside down. Let me just say that I wrote and planned today’s video long before our current worldwide health crisis. However, it’s even more…

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Most of my clients (and maybe you too?) are struggling with one of the “3 B”s of life coaching: you’re busy, you’re broke, or you’re burned out. The BUSY ones have to-do lists that are 10 pages long . . . that is, if they even have a minute to write the list. The BROKE…

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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 This Productivity System Will Save Your Life. I have about a million checklists keeping me organized. 10 US Cities You Need To Visit If You Love…

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Happy Valentine’s Day! I hope you’re spending today with your loved ones and treating yourself to loads of self-care. I’ll be cuddling my dog Skyla on the couch while we watch romantic movies. She’s a very good date. And since we’re on the subject of love, let’s talk about a part of your life that…

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Growing up in the 80s was a wild time: the hair was bigger, the makeup was louder, and everything had an exuberant energy bursting out of it. Sure, I love modern conveniences like online shopping and streaming shows, but a small part of me misses the simple days before social media. The only way to…

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