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September 09, 2010


I know I have to stop sweating the small stuff, which believe it or not, can really eat up my hours! I've also had to learn to stop berating myself for my shortcomings...I'm doing most of the work by myself and it is so easy to fall into that trap, especially when you are dealing with an irate or impatient client.

Karen, The Resume Chick (on Google or Twitter for questions, comments or violent reactions)

Hey Alexandra! Thanks so much for your kind words. I'm looking forward to the best Book Tour stop ever with you in Chicago.

Yours in World Domination,


That is a great concept. I started a blog in May, and its about seeing how many changes I can make to my life in 365 days. I just wrote a blog about the evil 'to do' list. Maybe I should mention this concept. I'd love to outsource my housework too. In fact, when I make a bit more money, I am definitely going to, even if it is only once every two weeks.

I think we all have stuff we don't love, or excel at, and it makes sense to stop beating ourselves up about not being superheroes. Find somebody to do the stuff you don't love. You'll feel better. I feel better just thinking about it!

I'd appreciate it if you visited my blog and left some supportive comments.

Have a great day.

@KO: Sounds very interesting. I hope it does very well!

@Chris: Me too! I delight in your success!

@Karen: Sounds like two things I need to work on as well. You are a kindred spirit!

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