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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Maybe it’s the pandemic. Maybe it’s the political unrest. Maybe it’s the 6+ months of quarantine we’ve been forced to endure. Whatever the reason, I’ve been on a mission to seek out people, situations, ideas, and anything that makes me FEEL GOOD! There’s only so much stress we can take before we snap at our…

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Happy September! This is your monthly reminder to check out all the new goodies in the Life Editor Clubhouse membership site. This month’s featured training is perfect for anyone feeling jumbled up, low on energy, or in need of some clarity. Bookend Your Life and Find Your Balance Already a member? Login here. In This Class…

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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 The Amazing Healing Power of Ho’oponopono. I’ve used this forgiveness exercise for years, and it’s helped me let go of regret and anger. Who’s on your…

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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 The Problem With The Cat in the Hat. I always related more to the rule-abiding fish. How to Forgive Someone Who Will Never Say Sorry. Forgiveness…

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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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