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 “Richard” by Hyperbole and a Half. One of my favorite comic artists is back with a new book! Check out this hilarious excerpt. 10 strategies to…

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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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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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It’s been a decade since I spent my days as a book editor cleaning up medical textbook manuscripts and proofreading what felt like millions (billions?) of newsletters, podcast scripts, and teaching manuals. But even though my book editor days are long behind me, I still find myself reaching for my trusty red pen. So what am I crossing out,…

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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 7 Habits That Are KILLING Your Motivation. Add these to your Not-To-Do List. How to Fake a Beach Day in Quarantine, Complete With Beach Read Book…

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Out of all the bad habits that hold you back from being successful, procrastinating is probably the worst. It doesn’t matter if you’ve designed a beautiful project plan, organized all your priorities, or have the most high-tech resources to help you do your work. If you’re not feeling motivated, then you won’t make even the…

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So 2020 probably didn’t turn out like how you had planned. Honestly, I can barely remember my new year’s resolutions or any of the goals I had for myself. And I bet you’re feeling a little mixed up too. Instead of trudging on and ignoring how much has changed, why not scrap your expectations and…

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