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 Therapist Reacts to SOUL. A deep analysis of one of my favorite new movies. 4 Daily Habits That May Be Secretly Draining Your Energy Levels. Are…

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More than half of my clients want to start a business, and that’s why I created a 60-day program to help them take the first steps. Psst! Join us for the next live session of Startup In 60. You can’t blindly charge ahead and think everything will magically sort itself out. What about branding? Your…

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One of the benefits of being very short is that I have a knack for balance. My center of gravity is low, my hips are wide, and my feet are flat and sturdy. When I was a kid, my friends and I would play “American Gladiators,” and I’d always win the event where you try…

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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! What I’m Loving This Week 7 Bad Sleep Habits You Didn’t Realize You Started, According to Experts — And How to Fix Them. Great tips for those of us who need…

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I like to think that I’m a real clutter-buster. That’s because I love cleaning up my workspace, tossing worn out things, and organizing my home as if it’s an Ikea display room. A clean and orderly environment is a joy to work in, and it keeps you calm so you can avoid burning out. Many…

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Do you sometimes feel uninspired or unmotivated due to where your office is located? That’s certainly not the best way to work, and it will only frustrate you as you try to do your projects. Bad location is a common reason for people quitting their jobs or closing their businesses. Don’t let a bad location…

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When I was still working in the corporate world in my 20s, I was known as a “job hopper.” That’s someone who “hops” from job to job instead of staying in the same position for decades like our parents and grandparents used to do. It’s supposed to be an insult, but I wore my “job…

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