What to do when a friend is grieving — and you don’t know how to help.
I’m proud of you.
You are a grown up. Do what you want.
Good Question: How do I start charging for something I’ve always done for free?
When you die you won’t care about emails.
Good Question: How can I follow up with potential clients who aren’t responding?
5 writing ideas for people who have “no time to write.”
The six types of motivation.
The power of “I am.”
Keep writing the damn alphabet.
Trying is always worth it.
I’m not lying. It’s just that the truth has changed.
Tell me everything.
Whatever it takes.
Three rules for a sexy, successful relationship. [grown ups only. kids: avert your eyes]
Not in my presence.
How to cleanse your calendar & life: part two [the hard part]
How to cleanse your calendar & life: part one [the easy part]
Oh yes. You can.
Marching off the edge of the map.
Let the training begin.
Always one more time.
Get some courage. Give some courage.
Be done with what’s done. Let it burn.
Hard is not a reason.
Make today a “Mel Brown Smile” kind of day.
Empty the tank.
Email guidelines for the world. [read. follow. pass them along.]
Your reasons will always win the battle.
What you do is who you become.
Good Question: Why am I not doing that one thing I really want to do?
Keep the channel open.
10 slow and difficult steps to moderate success.
Temporary discomfort. It’s worth it.
Your life is a hot date. Show up.
Why do you care?
What are you capable of giving?
Good Question: What are your favorite sex toys?
Get into your angry place.
14 questions to ask yourself before starting a book project.
Sweep your street well.
Today is not over yet.
Do you want to be… unstoppable?
I wonder what kind of battle they are fighting today?
How to set goals & commitments that you’ll actually keep.
Universal Letter Writing Week: January 8 – 14, 2015
What do you want to remember?
Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible.
5 questions for a bright, clear and focused new year.
What’s your choice?
50+ ways to make money as a writer.
Your work is not… nothing.
Email subject lines that I would love to see in my inbox.
33 prompts to unlock new blog posts & stories that need to be told.
Underpromise. Overdeliver. A two-word commitment that makes everything… better.
Poem: Pick up the bottles.
Poem: The goal
You are understood.