By

Kim Walsh Phillips
Sometimes a great idea comes out of having time to kill in the carpool lane… You see, we live in Georgia now and these southern folks start the school year very early and start and end the day in the same way. Pick up at school is 2:20 pm and has a very long line...
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We’ve got a couple weeks of summer left… Enough time for a few dips in the “adult” pool (aka the hot tub), a summer cocktail or two (my favorite, Malibu and Diet… don’t judge) and a few more books for the summer reading list. Or, if you are like me, books for your “Listen-To list.”...
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It started when she was drinking too much coffee. When Jenni-Lyn Williams had just had a baby, was working full-time, and putting herself through Business School, she drank a lot of coffee to cope. A LOT of coffee. Too much in fact, according to her mother who not only worked in the doctor’s office where...
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I’m going to admit something up front. I’ve always been a nerd.  Learning “new stuff” lights me up and fuels me and gets me (perhaps sometimes a little too) excited. My guess is you are that same way, since you are currently reading this blog. (And hence why you are an amazing human and should...
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If you tell a great story but no one was there to hear it, did it count? Probably not. And that’s a crying shame, because friend, I know you have a great story to tell. Whether you want to share a message about a product, program, or service, gathering an audience together to hear that...
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It was a moment. I sat there writing intensely in my journal in the middle of church – a habit I had picked up a few years ago. I was writing down what was on my heart after our prayer time in that morning’s service. The pages, now tear stained, were filled with words about...
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When you feel a calling that your story can help others, you have a moral obligation to get your message out there. But that’s easier said than done, isn’t it? Because there is this dark presence – garbage, head trash – that can get in the way. Believe me, I get it. I let this...
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As I looked out on the crowd, I was a bit in shock. (Thankfully I could multi-task and be in shock while still speaking.) Thousands were giving me their full attention. I was on stage, after having flown my team to Moscow in Business Class… and I was being paid $40,000 to do it. After...
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July is the perfect time to celebrate that doing what we “should” or what others say we’re “supposed to do” is the exact opposite of what works for us. We break molds. We set records. We change courses. And we are exactly what the world needs right now. But staying small just won’t do it....
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Many course creators follow the same mantra… “Build it and they will come.” Other than a good Kevin Costner movie, this is not a winning formula. Instead, follow the mantra… “Sell it before you make it.” When creating a course for the first time (or your next course), the best and most profitable way to...
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