It’s funny how life’s always ready to knock you down a peg when you get too comfortable. I recently recorded a video about how to get stuff done when you’re sick, and I mentioned that I rarely get sick. Of course, not a week later I was sick for the first time in years. Oh…

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Recently, I experienced a (potentially) devastating business problem that I warn my clients about all the time. Instagram deactivated my account. Yes, I realize this sounds like such a “millennial problem,” but hear me out. Instagram is HUGE, and millions of businesses use the social media platform to market their products and services as well…

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You are meant for great things, so why do you often feel stuck in your current circumstances? I mean, you’re never going to be Oprah, right? Maybe you should stop trying? No way! You might not be driving a sports car, earning millions of dollars, or hosting lavish parties in your swanky mansion, or whatever…

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I don’t share this often, but I used to suffer from severe panic attacks. My head would spin, I couldn’t breathe, and it felt like the world was ending right in that moment. It was terrifying. The panic attacks were triggered by an extremely stressful job I was stuck in, and thankfully, I found ways…

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Happy Halloween! This week marks my 5th annual Face Your Fear Week where we confront the things that scare us so we can become fearless Life Editors. Can I tell you a secret? One of my biggest fears is being imperfect. I absolutely hate it when things don’t go according to my painstakingly organized plans.…

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We’re in major crisis mode today! I’m going to tell you something shocking: I am a very uptight person. Whooooaa! Your mind is completely blown, right? Me, Sage? An uptight person? Ha! Oh yes, I am the least easy going person I know. I’m rigid and stubborn and honestly not a pleasant person to be…

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Don’t think you’re a leader? Guess again! When I was in high school, I remember playing this game in drama class where one person would be blindfolded and their partner would take their hand and lead them around the school. The poor victim would be dragged across the football field, up and down stairs, through…

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