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- Entrepreneur.com Get Back in the Black Michelle Goodman offers strategies to help struggling entrepreneurs dig out of debt.
- Freelancedom Contest: Career Coaching for Word Nerds. Freelancer-slash-Career Coach Steph Auteri is offering a month of gratis coaching for two lucky people. For your chance to win, visit this link and follow the (easy) directions before Friday, March 12.
- Ground Floor Media Is There Such as Thing as Work/Life Balance for Entrepreneurs? This Denver-based public relations firm usually has really interesting blog topics and, of course, I couldn’t resist this one. This fascinating post is by the woman who created Ground Floor Media in her basement in 2001.
- Lisa Romeo Writes Slow Down, Seed Memoir, with Memory Triggers Lisa offers incredibly useful tips for capturing those unexpected flashes of memory and following through on the inspiration to write. In a second post, she also shares a lengthy list of possible memory triggers.
- Also, be sure to check out The Urban Muse. She’s featuring a guest post from Peter Bowerman, author of The Well-Fed Writer. He’s blogging about corporate writing.
Your turn. Assuming you’re not consumed with all Olympics, all the time, what did you read this week that stuck with you? Please share in the comments below.