How to Simplify Email Communication with Your Subscribers

How to Simplify Email Communication with Your Subscribers

“What in the world do I include in my newsletter?” “I can’t do another newsletter. I spend so much time creating stuff for social media, then for my blog…I have no strength left to invent the newsletter content.” “Why should I write another newsletter? People get so...

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New Trends for Smart Online Teachers and Coaches in 2018

New Trends for Smart Online Teachers and Coaches in 2018

What comes to mind when you think of online teaching trends?   Many times, you don’t have to think.   Every day an ad pops up on your social media feed telling you that teaching online is an easy ride. You can either:   Register your account with an online...

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How to Organize Your Online Business So It Scales

How to Organize Your Online Business So It Scales

It’s 5 PM, and you’re exhausted. You’ve worked with 7 clients today, your voice is hoarse, and there seems to be no air left in your lungs. You move away from your computer to go back to your family, but the guilty thoughts keep bothering you... “I haven’t blogged for...

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3 Steps to Overcome the Fear of Money Management

3 Steps to Overcome the Fear of Money Management

“Money is the root of all evils” is a well-known, but misquoted verse from the Bible.   “The love of money is the root of all evil” is the actual verse.   This of course refers to greed, the insatiable desire for more.   By itself, money is neutral. It’s our...

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30+ examples when your values and practices run amok

30+ examples when your values and practices run amok

Jean is new to this blog. She began teaching online a few years ago and is now struggling to carve out her own niche in this crowded market with dismal attention span and progressive amnesia.   How do you trick people to remember you, bookmark your page, come back for...

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How to conquer your inbox and get your life back

How to conquer your inbox and get your life back

I’m one of those people who love coming up with “policies.” Years ago I had a 1-year “no-dating policy,” with which I stuck for a bit longer (not because of the policy, you know 😉   Then there was a “no-sugar-in-my-tea” policy which made me an awkward outcast in some...

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