In 2015 she stepped out of the front line of Swish Design to join the Flying Solo team as Editor.
In July 2016 she will be launching Level Up Your Writing, a coaching service for entrepreneurs who want to take their writing from good, to great.
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"If you don't know where you're going, how are you going to get there?" - Unknown
When work and home life get completely crazy, many of us feel we need to do MORE to get things back under control. Kelly Exeter takes a different approach to coping under pressure: she starts deleting.
In ten years of business, my definition of 'success' has evolved constantly. The definition I've gotten to today, however? I reckon it will stand the test of time.
Can’t find the energy to get your work done despite getting good sleep and regular exercise? These simple nutrition tips might be the missing piece in your productivity puzzle
Are you someone who always leaves things to the last second? Without realising it, you might have stumbled onto strategic procrastination, a highly effective strategy for personal productivity.
If there’s one thing that's going to propel your business forward it’s being surrounded by like-minded, similarly motivated individuals. Here’s where you can find your business tribe.
We procrastinate when we're stuck: we either don't know where to start, or what to do next. Happily Kelly Exeter’s discovered a simple procrastination activity that’ll bust right through those mental blocks.
Are you one of those people with 3500 unread emails in their inbox? Does ‘Inbox Zero’ feel like a distant dream? Then this post is for you.
Stress and challenges are part and parcel of the solo life. While we can’t control the challenges themselves, we can learn how to manage stress better.
What does a day in the life of a fellow soloist look like? Today we’re chatting with freelance writer, author and speaker, Allison Tait
Do you know there's a secret ingredient in toothpaste that's helped make tooth-brushing a habit for millions? Happily, soloists all have a secret ingredient too.
The true value of any conference lies in the people you connect with. This is easy if you’re an outgoing people person, but what if you’re an introvert? How do you make meaningful connections when small talk gives you hives? The key is to be prepared.
Recently, I was at school pick-up and found it quite interesting (and awesome) to see that there were almost as many dads there as mums. And it got me thinking.
Are potential clients getting a different impression about your business depending on where they first come across you?
If you’re a soloist wondering “when is the right time to get some help, where do I find the right person, and how do I afford them?” then you’re going to love the story of Sarah and Jo.