7 Ways Creating a Course Can Help Your 1:1 Business

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There’s a lot of talk about creating online courses these days.

And most of it assumes you don’t want to work 1:1 anymore.

That may absolutely be the case (you’ve only got so many hours in the day, after all), BUT what if it’s not the full story?

If you enjoy working 1:1 AND the idea of creating an online course interests you, this video is for you. (more…)

To the Mamas Workin’ On Naptime Empires™

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To the expecting mama, wondering how you’re gonna make this business + baby thing WORK:

  1. Congrats! This is a crazy + exciting time. It’s freaking fabulous that you’ve already got a flexible setup working from home.
  2. Welcome to the world wide web of mom advice…it will never stop. Remember that your own intuition is your wisest advisor.
  3. Plan + prep as you may, your snugglebug will be the boss for a little while, and that’s okay :)


Let’s Quit Facebook.

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It’ll be FUN!

You and me.

Out in the world this weekend, ENJOYING IT WITH OUR EYEBALLS.

Here’s the backstory:

Last weekend, after months of using it for little more than a paperweight on my nightstand, I cracked open Elizabeth Gilbert’s Big Magic.

When I started it last year, I couldn’t make it past the first few chapters.

But Saturday night it was calling to me.


Facebook Live Made Me Do It (Meet My New Idea Baby)

Successful LaunchThe secret is OUT!

But first (before I share the secret), a confession:

I have a serious crush on Facebook Live.

Last week I challenged myself to do one broadcast errrry day this week, and it has been a delightful change in (my usual hermitly) routine.

One of my fave parts about live-streaming is that it forces you to move past perfectionism.


Success without sacrifice: Is it possible?

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It’s no secret…

It’s been a while since I published a new blog post.

(And if you hadn’t even noticed, #oops. Glad it’s out in the open now.)

Truth is – even though I’m not in a blog-createy headspace of late – I genuinely appreciate this opportunity to stay connected with you here each week, (hopefully!) adding value in some way.

Sometimes it’s an older post with a new note.
Sometimes it’s NO post – just the note.
Sometimes it’s someone else’s post entirely.

Like today.

If you haven’t met Jenny Shih, please allow me to introduce you. (more…)