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What to Do When You Feel Stuck

What to Do When You Feel Stuck

By Isa Adney / August 13, 2022 /

What once seemed so clear about this book is now ambiguous. I don’t know what I’m doing anymore. I have no idea how I am going to turn these 800 pages into a book.

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Debbie Millman on Creating a Life by Design

Debbie Millman on Creating a Life by Design

By Joann Plockova / August 11, 2022 /

I’ve discovered that the arc of a creative life is a circuitous one, and I am endlessly fascinated by how people become who they are and how the decisions they make over the course of their lives impacts their work,

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Why ‘Be Yourself’ Is Both the Best and Worst Advice You Can Get

Why ‘Be Yourself’ Is Both the Best and Worst Advice You Can Get

By Isa Adney / August 10, 2022 /

I’d heard it so many times. And honestly? I thought I knew what that meant. But this time, when he said it, something clicked.

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Jay Shetty Shares What We All Get Wrong About Personal Branding

Jay Shetty and the Quest for Brand Fulfillment

By Sam Eifling / August 9, 2022 /

Shetty thrives at the intersections between competing ways of being. He has built himself into a bona fide star as a speaker, author and life coach, ascending on his charisma, formidable work ethic and ability to make ancient spiritual teachings feel accessible to a broad audience.

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Mel Robbins: It's Never Too Late to Make a Difference

Mel Robbins: It’s Never Too Late to Make a Difference

By Mel Robbins / August 8, 2022 /

I want to introduce you to a woman named Judie, who is an incredible example of how making a difference for others can directly improve the quality of your life.

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How Little People, Big Dreams is Changing the Face of Children’s Literature

By Rae Fitzgerald / August 4, 2022 /

Working alongside a different illustrator for each book, Vegara acts as both writer and creative director, ensuring aesthetic continuity between releases.

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The Advantages of Solitude

The Advantages of Solitude

By Shagun Agarwal / August 3, 2022 /

Solitude helped me deal with my new life, to appreciate whatever I have and to go after new dreams.

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Pivoting When Your World Turns Upside Down with Amberly Lago

Pivoting When Your World Turns Upside Down with Amberly Lago

By Jill McDonnell / August 3, 2022 /

Lago hardly remembers her 40th birthday. She was in full-blown survival mode, undergoing a relentless series of surgeries—34 in total to recover from the horrific accident she suffered when she was 38. 

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Ready for Change? Start a To-Be List with Elayna Fernandez

Ready for Change? Start a To-Be List with Elayna Fernandez

By Jill McDonnell / August 2, 2022 /

Everyone is familiar with the to-do list, but Fernandez took it a step further by, at her most desperate moment, manifesting who she wanted to be.

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Done Is Better Than Perfect and Other Lessons I'm Learning About Procrastination

Done Is Better Than Perfect and Other Lessons I’m Learning About Procrastination

By Cecilia Meis / August 2, 2022 /

What I’m learning (and learning, and learning), is that creativity doesn’t strike; it flows. And it flows as a result of action and purposeful effort.

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