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Three Good Things // two

//THREE GOOD THINGS: a regular feature in which I share three good things about my month, mostly personal, in the hopes that you will also reflect on the good in your life.// This month has been full of good sprinkled with a little downright difficult. That’s life, right? Let’s do this. One good thing about my month is that I am officially launching my website. (Ta da!) After many, many months of painstakingly figuring out how the heck to code...

Link Worthy // three

[A compilation of interesting and useful links.] // Feeling burnt out? Here are 5 uncommon ways to keep burnout at bay. // "Your vocabulary affects the way you think (and vice versa)." Oh, Seth. // Here are four questions to ask yourself about your customers that will change your value story. // Five-minute ritual to increase productivity. Are you accountable to yourself? // An article with legs: Are you utilizing analogies to sell your ideas? // You can't win if...

Three Good Things // one

//THREE GOOD THINGS: a regular feature in which I share three good things about my month, mostly personal, in the hopes that you will also reflect on the good in your life.// This is the first blog of a series I’d like to do on-the-regular. I have found that one simple question, when asked of anyone, anywhere, can help you get a well-rounded glimpse into what makes that person tick: What are three good things about your day today? I...

Link Worthy // two

[A compilation of interesting and useful links.] // Elizabeth Gilbert on your creative genius. So. Good. // Because finishing is sexy. // If your blog doesn’t include your personal touch, you’re missing the point. (Note to self.) // Lasting relationships come down to two basic traits. // An inner dialogue—who’s in charge? // The secret to great writing. // On how to love. I mean, really, how to love. // There is just something about a physical book. // Creating...

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