Judy Baker

Is College the Only Path to Success?

September 5, 2012

Maybe not. Created by: AccreditedOnlineColleges.net These are very successful people without college degrees. Pursuing your dreams may not take you through a traditional path. Follow your passion, blaze a new trail, build your dreams. Thank you to http://www.accreditedonlinecolleges.net/ for sharing their very powerful info graphic.  

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Type Tips For Publishers

May 28, 2012

The choice of type is an important decision. Type conveys the flavor of your message when you are sharing your words in print, on a computer or smart device screen. I am especially sensitive to the look and feel of type. I own more than 1000 fonts, so many that I recently had to disable […]

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A Cool App for Writers

May 18, 2012

My writing coach told me about Scrivener. It is made by Literature and Latte. It is a great tool for writers of all types. I am using it to transform my book outline into a manuscript. Scrivener is a flexible tool and you can start with an outline, or just jump in and start writing. […]

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Fast and Free Video App

May 9, 2012

Video rocks – so why aren’t you using it yet? People love to watch other people. That is why YouTube is so popular. If you don’t nt know how to use a video camera, or edit video, or have the dollars to buy expensive software, let alone take the time to learn how to use […]

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Steel Cut Oats – Value vs. Price

April 30, 2012

I grew up eating Quaker oatmeal. Oatmeal is one of my favorite breakfast choices. Imagine how surprised I was when I tried steel cut oats for the first time. My entire concept of oatmeal was transformed. I was amazed at the difference in the taste, texture, and pleasure I experienced when eating this delectable version […]

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10,000 Steps a Day

April 23, 2012

I’m participating in a program at my gym. For 6 weeks, every day my goal is to walk 10,000 steps. Different activities translate into a number of steps per minute. My routine varies from day to day. Some days I am dancing. On others, I take yoga, Pilates, a combination of strength and sculpting, and […]

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Multi-Tasking is a Dangerous Myth

April 18, 2012

I nearly incinerated my kitchen the other evening. I was tired and hungry. I had one more task to complete before I stopped working for the night. I thought I would save a bit of time and heat up some soup while I worked. DANGER!!! DANGER!!! DANGER!!! I am famous around my house for blackening […]

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Perfection is the Enemy of Taking Action

April 16, 2012

Have you every been stuck in “Perfection Paralysis”? Have you missed out on opportunities by waiting until everything was perfect? What if you knew your were perfect right now? How would you act? What would be different for you? Weight the value of your effort and investment in an idea or project against what you […]

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You Are Perfect

April 13, 2012

Let your perfection shine. You are perfect as you are. You know enough, you are enough, and you are perfect. Next time you have a good idea, test it using the Lean Start-Up model. Invest the smallest amount of resources to test your idea. If it sticks with your audience, you can make it better. […]

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Treat Your Clients Like Plants in Your Garden

April 11, 2012

April in Northern California brings uncertain weather. Showers, sun, heat, wind, heavy rain. The garden is begging for attention. Established plants are braving the swing in temperatures. They can do that because they are well established. They have a strong infrastructure to support them. Their roots know the earth where they are living. They have […]

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