Be the Breadwinner in Your Family! Start Your Own Business

One of the best parts of running your own business is that you don’t have to follow the old rules. I was beyond happy to throw off the shackles from my old corporate career. No more begging for raises. No more depressing commute in the snow. Running your own business puts you in the unique…

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The Hard Truth You’re Not Ready to Hear | Be Worthy of Your Goals!

I like to say that my life and business coaching comes from a place of love. It may be tough love, but it’s still love.  Occasionally, I’ll be on a call with a client who’s bemoaning her fate because she’s “doing everything right” but still not making sales. But she’s not doing everything right .…

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Get Stuff Done! 3 Quick Fixes for To-Do List Overwhelm

Whenever my life feels totally disorganized, I write a fresh to-do list.  It might take a while to gather up all the bits of paper, sticky notes, and tasks hastily scribbled on napkins or envelopes, but nothing compares to that sense of relief when everything is rewritten clearly in a single spot. A to-do list…

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Editor’s Notebook 279

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: How to Be Fine, which I mentioned in my January Wheel of TBR video. Turn One Idea Into a Fascinating 4-Part Story. You don’t want…

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I Survived a No Caffeine Challenge | Wheel of Mini Goals

During my recent Planning Pajama Party, I introduced the idea of mini goals. These are fun little challenges to get you to step out of your comfort zone for just 5 days. You’re editing your life without the commitment of an enormous project. These mini goals were a big hit with you Life Editors, so…

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7 Painless Steps to Break Your Bad Habits | New Year, New You!

Breaking bad habits is a lot like breaking up with your high school boyfriend.  You remember him, right? The one with the drug problem who was always pressuring you to hang out all night at the 7-Eleven with him and his skater friends. No? Well, I had a boyfriend like that, and I was magnetically…

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