Three Free Lessons on Goal-Setting

Interested in setting annual goals? Every December, Michael Hyatt opens up his popular course, Best Year Ever. I highly recommend it. Watch three FREE videos from him about goal-setting here. A new year, a new you. (Potentially). In the past week I’ve been writing a bunch about goal-setting and forming intentions for the year ahead, and […]

Do You Have a Word to Define Your Year?

Interested in setting annual goals? Every December, Michael Hyatt opens up his popular course, Best Year Ever. I highly recommend it. Watch three FREE videos from him about goal-setting here. A new year means a new word to define it. Never heard of this concept? Here’s the deal: Last year I read somewhere (I think it […]

How to Take a Digital Break

Even when you don’t have a Kit Kat in sight, breaks are good for every soul. Especially the digital kind. I was a bit quiet here last month, and for good reason. Holidays, heat, and a pregnancy that’s kicking my butt made me one less than chipper mama-to-be. And I’m okay with that. I’m a […]

Win a Copy of My New Book!

Yesterday, I mentioned that I’ve got a new book out! Today, I’m giving away 5 copies. First, the background: Greater Expectations: Succeed (and Stay Sane), in an On-Demand, All-Access, Always-On Age is a short tactical tome that shares information, statistics and stories about what a balanced life in a digital age really means, and gives you a roadmap […]

My New Book on Digital Overwhelm: Greater Expectations

Guess what? I’ve got a new book out today! Greater Expectations: Succeed (and Stay Sane), in an On-Demand, All-Access, Always-On Age is a short tactical tome that shares information, statistics and stories about what a balanced life in a digital age really means, and gives you a roadmap for keeping digital overwhelm at bay. It’s part of a new […]

How to Set Annual Goals

Interested in setting goals? Every December, Michael Hyatt opens up his popular course, Best Year Ever. I highly recommend it. Watch three FREE videos from him about goal-setting here. New year, new goals. My inbox seems full of folks talking about what they want to accomplish in 2014. How to decide what they want to […]

5 Secrets to Openhearted Twitter Success

This is a guest post by Mary DeMuth, a gal I first stumbled upon several years ago thanks to her great blog. Mary is one of the only successful authors I know about to write and publish both fiction and non-fiction — which I find nothing short of incredible. Enjoy! # Social media tends to come […]

How to Ask for a Favor

In a recent blog post, I wrote about a challenging situation I’m facing with a particular friend. In short, I get requests for favors from this friend from time to time, which I always promptly respond to and complete. But whenever I ask for a favor, the friend is nowhere to be found. I sought […]

When is the Best Time to Respond to Emails?

Here’s the thing. In theory, I believe that email isn’t work. In my view, email isn’t a creation-based process that results in shipping your next product out the door, or writing your next book, or recording your next album. Email isn’t as creatively taxing as getting a project done, and email doesn’t add up hour […]

Why Email Isn’t Work. (And Why It Is.)

It’s an age-old question. And one even our forefathers puzzled over. Are those emails you spend hours writing each day really work, or are they a horrific distraction from the real work you need to get done? Here are two perspectives. Amazingly, I believe both. No, Emailing is Not Work This theory goes like this: […]