Monthly Blog Archives: August 2017

Inbox Productivity Hacks — Here are 5 Tips that Help
Paula Eder - The Time Finder Expert, Founder of Finding Time

Does your inbox ever feel like your enemy? Does it feel relentless and demanding — a never-ending source of stress and overwhelm?

It’s true that your stress level is often directly related to the number of e-mails in your inbox.

And, at the same time, finding time to manage your e-mail isn’t always the top priority on your to-do list.

By Paula Eder

Don’t Hire Anyone Without Doing This First
Fabienne Fredrickson - Founder of (Previously

When you’ve got a business that’s growing (which is, obviously, what we want), it can sometimes feel like you’re drinking from a firehose, especially at the beginning when you’re in the habit of doing everything yourself.

At some point, though, you surrender and eventually mutter the words that could change everything, or could make life even worse than before. More in this week’s video. Watch it now:

By Fabienne Fredrickson

Online Marketing ‘Insider Tips’ – 8/21/17 Edition
Terri Zwierzynski - The Solo-CEO: Content Marketing Strategist

Digital Product Hacks for Non-Techies

Not a techie, but want to create your own digital products and build your business? Michele shares digital product hacks to make life easier for the non-techies…more

By Terri Zwierzynski

Solo Secrets Weekly Newsletter 8/23/17
Terri Zwierzynski - The Solo-CEO: Content Marketing Strategist


  • Determining You Target Audience
  • FREE “Brand YOU” Worksheet
  • What Happens When You Don’t Listen To Your Customers
By Terri Zwierzynski

Stop Making Your Life a Race with Friday as Your Finish Line
Paula Eder - The Time Finder Expert, Founder of Finding Time

It’s not a race. But does your life sometimes feel like one?

How often do you get home on Friday evening feeling drained and breathless, like you’ve just finished a road race?

Or, during your week, do you hold onto Friday like it’s the finish line for your personal marathon? The light at the end of a tunnel?

By Paula Eder

Why Things Need to Fall Apart Sometimes
Christine Gallagher - Online and Relationship Marketing Mentor and Coach

Years ago, I first heard the phrase “the big breakdown before the big breakthrough.”

It was being used in the context of describing multiple things going absolutely haywire for someone right before they were catapulted to their next big level.

I’d never given it a name, but I immediately knew that this was something I had absolutely experienced in my life, many times.

By Christine Gallagher

Great Apps for Administrative Productivity and Organization
Laureen Wishom - The Growth * Success * Acceleration Expert

Most high-achieving women need to be productive and organized wherever you go. But hauling around your laptop 24/7 isn’t exactly practical. The solution? Smartphone apps! Here are my favorite productivity and organizing apps.

By Laureen Wishom

Holding the Vision in Business and in Life: My Wedding in Jamaica!
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Connecting with so many friends and family members filled me to the brim with love. And being able to drink Pina Coladas in the pool during the days before and after was the icing on the cake.

It was an amazing experience. And it taught me so much about love, planning, collaboration, intention…the list goes on and on.

I couldn’t help but share it all with you.

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Mindset & Personal Development ‘Insider Tips’ – 8/14/17 Edition
Terri Zwierzynski - The Solo-CEO: Content Marketing Strategist

The Real Source of Your Magic – Spheres of Influence – by Monica Shah

I had just gotten off the phone with one my closest colleagues. She runs a multi-million dollar company and was having yet another amazing year. I was comparing myself to her and feeling like I wasn’t good enough. She seemed to make things happen so easily with so much grace. Why couldn’t I do that?…more

By Terri Zwierzynski

How to Make Big Decisions
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As I was taking a moment to myself this week, I remembered a story I learned in business school about a super successful banker.

He manages billions of dollars (literally – billions) on Wall Street.

Which means every decision he makes and every action he takes has MASSIVE effects on both his money and other people’s money.

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