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Why I "Work Smarter, Not Harder"

Every day I try to use the motto “Work smarter, not harder.” Everyone has their own definition of this phrase, but it generally means using your thinking skills to minimize tasks and extra steps, so that you use your time wisely and more effectively to get things done quickly. 610 more words

Meet Stacey Lehn!

My friend, Stacey Lehn, the frazzled moms go-to, is hosting a free online interview series called “Empowered Mom: How to conquer mom-hood with ease and grace in a world of deadlines, dirty dishes & donuts!” I’m thrilled to one of the over 20 experts interviewed for this amazing event. 70 more words

Work From Home

A Letter to You

Dear Reader,
The Reader is changing. I’m not sure what it’s going to look like going forward. The title will remain but writing by myself five days a week for almost six years has been an awesome exercise and privilege. 64 more words

Strengthening Your Brand

Work Smarter Not Harder

You know how sometimes you hear something new and all of a sudden, all you notice and hear for the next weeks is different versions of the same message from the most random sources and places? 1,315 more words

Intuitive Magazine

You Are Young Enough to Change

I don’t know what age people become “too old” to change so I’ll say this: You are young enough to change for the better. As I prepare for the next step in my career, I’ve gotten some great advice from a few seasoned professionals who each said, “Whatever the next step is, life is too short to do something you’re good at but that makes you unhappy.” It’s the truth. 180 more words

Living This Here Lifestyle

Stepping Into The Right Space

Gone are the days of working somewhere for thirty to forty years. We have more exposure, options and opportunities than any generation before us and we’re not afraid to explore them. 260 more words

You Can Do It

Everything Isn’t Worth the Sacrifice

Work hard for things that matter. If I’m a world-renowned mathematician, what good is it for me to train like a New York Giant for my flag football game? 105 more words

You Can Do It