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How to Maintain Your Joy and Energy: 3 Tips From a Paraplegic (But Happy) Cat

Tuesday September 8, 2015 comments

How to Maintain Your Joy and Energy: 3 Tips From a Paraplegic (But Happy) Cat

You probably know that much of the energy you use to run your life and business comes from your emotions. Even if you're hungry, sleep-deprived and tired, you could still get a pretty fierce burst of energy if someone attacked your child. And even if your body is well-taken care of, you can still feel exhausted if you're discouraged or depressed. Because our energy is so closely tied to our emotions, it's important to maintain your joy. Without that, you can end up dragging yourself through your work day, hating the career you once loved,... Read More


Guest Star Post: 3 Things Positive Thinking Does and Does Not Do For You

Saturday September 5, 2015 comments

Guest Star Post: 3 Things Positive Thinking Does and Does Not Do For You

Some people treat positive thinking like a magic bullet, expecting it to solve their problems for them. Others have given up on it, convinced that it's a recipe for inaction, false hope, and allowing their worst-case scenario to sneak up on them while they're busy looking at rainbows. Personally, I advocate a happy medium. In today's Guest Star blog post, I'll reveal 3 things positive thinking does and does NOT do for you, and how to use it in a way that empowers you to shape your reality while maintaining a grasp on reality at... Read More


A Vital Client-Getting Step that Many Content Marketers Miss

Tuesday September 1, 2015 comments

A Vital Client-Getting Step that Many Content Marketers Miss

Do you give your clients a ton of great value, but get few or no sales? For many people who use content marketing, giving and giving but getting no clients in return is the bane of their existence. Either nobody takes them up on their free offer, or people take the free stuff, but never move on to the paid product. Today, I'm going to reveal a missing step that could be causing you to experience this problem, and how to get past the fears that could be preventing you from taking it . The missing step: Many times, when... Read More


Guest Star Post: How to Improve Conversion on Your Mentorship Site

Saturday August 29, 2015 comments

Guest Star Post: How to Improve Conversion on Your Mentorship Site

If you're getting traffic on your site, but you aren't converting as much of it as you want into clients, four of the pages on your website may be underperforming. In today's Guest Star blog post, I'll reveal how to improve these four pages, so you can turn more of your website's visitors into paying clients or signed-up mentees. Click here to read the article ... Read More


What World War 2 Teaches Us About Life Coaches' "About" Pages

Tuesday August 25, 2015 comments

What World War 2 Teaches Us About Life Coaches' "About" Pages

Unless you're a historian, you might not think the "About" page on your website has much to do with a world war. But World War 2 reveals a mistake that many coaches and entrepreneurs make when writing a bio for themselves or their business, as well as how you can use your bio to build connection and trust, show your credibility, and get more clients. The mistake: Many coaches' "About" pages read like an encyclopedia. Dry facts about the history of their business, a list of courses they've taken or awards they've... Read More


Guest Star Post: 3 Simple Ways to Defuse Conflict and Regain Love

Saturday August 22, 2015 comments

Guest Star Post: 3 Simple Ways to Defuse Conflict and Regain Love

Do you sometimes find that despite your best intentions, your arguments just keep on escalating instead of getting resolved? Whether youre talking to a partner, child, boss, coworker or client, its important to know how to handle disagreements in a way that restores love, trust and respect, instead of eroding them further. In todays Guest Star blog post, Ill reveal 3 counterintuitive but highly effective ways to soothe the other persons anger, turn the argument into a civil discussion, increase your understanding of each other, and... Read More


A Counterintuitive Way to Find Peace and Confidence, and Overcome Bad Circumstances

Tuesday August 18, 2015 comments

A Counterintuitive Way to Find Peace and Confidence, and Overcome Bad Circumstances

Did you know that the way most people handle their problems actually perpetuates those problems in their lives? Difficult circumstances happen to all of us. Even those who seem to live charmed lives aren't immune. But how long those circumstances last, and the long-term effect that they have, varies widely. One of the biggest differences between the people who overcome their challenges, and those whose problems linger no matter how hard they work to get rid of them, is where they put their focus in the midst of their problems. Some... Read More


Guest Star Post: 9 Reasons You Don’t Have More Twitter Followers

Saturday August 15, 2015 comments

Guest Star Post: 9 Reasons You Don’t Have More Twitter Followers

Are you tweeting faithfully, but not getting followers? Today, Paul Friel of Hootsuite will reveal 9 reasons why your following isnt growing as fast as youd like, and what you can do about it. Click here to read the article ... Read More


How to Get Through Your To-Do List Faster

Tuesday August 11, 2015 comments

How to Get Through Your To-Do List Faster

For many people, the phrase "to-do list" denotes the one of the biggest necessary evils in their lives. They need that list to keep them on track and remind them of all the many things they need to do, but there comes a point where instead of organizing their lives, the list is running their lives. If you're in that position, or if a work project, commitment, or the impending school year is threatening to put you in that position, here are some ways to keep your to-do list manageable: 1. Increase your efficiency by planning... Read More


Guest Star Post: The Best Times to Send Marketing Emails

Saturday August 8, 2015 comments

Guest Star Post: The Best Times to Send Marketing Emails

A marketing email is only as good as its ability to get opened. If it doesnt get opened, it doesnt matter what you wrote inside it; it wont help you to educate, build trust with, and ultimately enroll your subscribers. But while many people think of headlines first when they consider their emails open rates, another big factor is the day and time when you send your emails out. In todays Guest Star Blog Post, Megan Marrs will break down the best times and days to send out emails, and give you some tips for choosing the ones that are... Read More



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