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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Everything was going wrong at exactly the worst time. It was Day One of my first public retreat here in Orlando, Florida, and numerous challenges were threatening to ruin my carefully constructed event. A hurricane had blown through the state days before, and I was on pins and needles for a week waiting to see…

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The videos from the previous Life Editor Weekend retreats are a little cringe-worthy. You can watch the training sessions in the Life Editor Clubhouse membership site, but be prepared to feel second-hand embarrassment. Let’s just say I’m a little “festive” when I teach in front of a live audience. There’s random shimmy-ing. There’s wide-eyed silly…

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We’re only weeks away from Life Editor Weekend, and the anticipation is killing me! This retreat in sunny Orlando, Florida, is by far my favorite thing to do in my business. Yes, it’s even more fun than my Edited Year Planners and Life Editor Clubhouse combined! Life Editor Weekend is where I get to share…

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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! PS, There’s only one week left to get your ticket to Life Editor Weekend. Join us! What I’m Loving This Week Marconi Union – Weightless. This ambient noise track is designed…

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Sometimes I imagine what kind of career I would have it I wasn’t a life coach. Sure, I could go back to being a book editor, but medical textbooks and journals just don’t interest me anymore. Reading about gruesome diseases and death has lost its appeal, you know? Nah, I’d probably choose a more light-hearted…

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When you put yourself out there as a “public figure,” you open yourself up to all kinds of feedback and criticism. With more than 50,000 followers across social media and on my subscriber list, it was inevitable that I’d get comments from trolls and haters. Here’s some of the colorful feedback I’ve received: “Your worksheets…

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