Are You Still Talking About Yourself on Social Media?

I’ve now finished recording ten videos sharing my favorite (make that least favorite) social media pet peeves. The tenth video, below, shares the topic I found myself most annoyed by: people who talk about themselves too much on social media. It’s a common trap to fall into — wanting to promote your own work — but […]

Why You Shouldn’t Comment On Someone’s Profile Picture (Social Media Pet Peeve #9)

If you haven’t yet watched one of my social media pet peeve videos, I’ll summarize: I’m doing videos about pet peeves I have. About social media. This week, I’ve got one all about why you shouldn’t negatively (or even somewhat negatively) comment on other people’s social media profile pictures. As I’ve found, pretty much anything […]

Want to Review My New Ebook — Lead by Morning?

The other day, I mentioned that I’m launching a new ebook in the New Year. The New Year is here. And so is Lead by Morning: 365 Days of the Present Principle. Lead by Morning is a 365-Day morning motivational reader, aimed to help you get started on an excellent day. It’s based on my […]

The Present Principle (Plus A Free Copy of My Ebook)

Looking for a free copy of The Present Principle ebook? Sign up for my free email newsletter, and you’ll get the ebook delivered to your inbox. (Form not working? Try going here.) Having trouble finding your download? You’ll need to confirm your email address for the newsletter, and then you’ll receive an email that starts […]

The Podcasting Tools You Need to Win

In the New Year, I’ll be doing some rebranding on my Podcast, and doing so also means getting the best tools to do the job. After chatting with some folks for recommendations (including Erik Fisher, who interviewed me for his podcast, Beyond the To-Do List last month), I’ve come up with the best of the best […]

Me (In 3 Minutes or Less)

This week I’m excited to announce my new column over at Babble.com, entitled The Business of Being a Woman. I’ve long admired the fun, classy, light-hearted Moms over at Babble, and it’s fun to be writing for them. The first post, “All About Me (In Three Minutes or Less)“, went live, and, as the title […]

How to Use Doodle to Coordinate Schedules

My girlfriends and I are in the midst of planning our annual reunion, and once again we’re using a nifty tool called Doodle to schedule it. Doodle is one of those cool little planning things I take for granted ever since I was introduced to it, but I realized recently that not a lot of […]