Editor’s Notebook 273

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 Book I’m currently reading: Bite-sized horror stories when you don’t have time to commit to a long book. One Way to Stop Wasting Money: Choose Bigger…

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Achieve More by Setting SMART Goals | 3 Types of Goals With Examples!

I always encourage my clients to dream big by asking themselves, “What do I really want?” But sometimes those goals are a little vague: “I want a successful business.” “I want to lose weight.” “I want to be happier.” What does that mean exactly?  Do you have a successful business when you earn $1? Or $1000? Does…

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Top 5 Reasons to Quit Your Job

I loved many things about my old corporate job as a medical textbook editor. Using my degree, feeling like my work was making a difference, traveling to conferences. And yet, there’s a lot NOT to like about working for another company, which is why I’ve been my own boss for more than 11 years now. It’s…

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Editor’s Notebook 272

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 Book I’m currently reading: Step into spooky season with short and sweet ghost stories. How To Stay Motivated – The Locus Rule. Here’s how to really…

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The “Less Is More” Challenge

I’ve got a little homework for you this weekend. Don’t worry, it doesn’t involve typing up a 50-page essay or building a diorama. This homework is quicker and easier than any old school assignment. Your challenge is to spend the next 2 days doing less. The current “hustle culture” might be popular, but me and my…

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3 Smart Ways to Beat Your Imposter Syndrome

I take pride in being authentically me in my business and personal life, and I encourage my clients to be true to themselves too. That’s why it might surprise you to hear I’m faking it! Yep, behind that confident, all-knowing, coachy persona is a shy little girl playing pretend, and it’s only a matter of…

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