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Starting a project is hard. Finishing is hard. But it's the in-between stuff that can kick your butt. That's what
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I had a Book Signing at the Barnes and Noble store in Corpus Christi a few weeks ago and it
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It's funny to reflect on how you got where you are, the choices you made and paths you chose to
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I'm trying something new and including an audio version of the post here: Life is so uncertain. I know this, but
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Are you up to the challenge of ignoring naysayers and other well-meaning people? Here's the scenario. You're finally ready to
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I've often thought about the idea of "starting" and whether it's easier to start or finish. (I think I must've
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Have you ever wanted to do something, but haven't done it because it's just never been the right time? So
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Be good to yourself. It's a simple concept. It means treat yourself with love, consideration, and kindness. Be understanding and forgiving
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I'm working on another book, a follow up to A Song for Jessica. And I'm having a heckuva time getting
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Everyone does it, right? Compare your success to someone else your age and think, "Wow! She's so successful and so