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Editor’s Notebook 136

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 Stephen Covey, Put First Things First (Big Rocks). A fun visual reminder to leave room in your life for the important things. “The Silence Breakers” Time…

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Rainy Day Vlog: Wrapping Care Packages

I’m a very “hands on” type of entrepreneur. At this stage of my business, I’m still able to interact with my clients in a genuine way, and one of my favorite ways is by sending care packages to my Life Editor Academy ladies. The Platinum level of the Academy mastermind group gets quarterly care packages…

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Editor’s Notebook 132

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, Doors are now open for Life Editor Academy! CLICK HERE to get up to $919 worth of Early Bird Bonuses. What I’m Loving This Week A Practical Way to Help…

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Editor’s Notebook 90

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, next week is Life Editor Weekend! Click here to get your ticket. What I’m Loving This Week What Your Handwriting Says About You. You probably do more typing than writing,…

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New Clubhouse Class: Clean Up Your Clutter

Whenever I start working with a new client, she always wants to get to the deleting step of the Life Editing Process ASAP. It’s not hard to see why. That’s where you get the noticeable results because you’re throwing away the junk in the hall closet, trashing the sugary snacks from the pantry, and ditching…

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Too Much Junk? Pretend You’re Moving

We live in a world where we’re tempted every day to fill our homes with junk—more clothes, books, gadgets, and anything else that strikes our fancy. I used have a bad habit of buying stuff I didn’t really need, and I had a closet full of clothes I rarely wore. And I would fill my…

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The Bright Side of Failure

“It’s just like riding a bicycle—you never forget!” People say that phrase when describing a task that’s easy to pick up again even if it’s been a while since you’ve done it. Think tying your shoes or long division. But when someone says it to me, I just stare blankly. For although I’ve mastered lace-up…

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