5 Habits for the Best Year Yet – Goal Crazy – January 13, 2020
Interview with Debra Eckerling – Movies Matter – January 12, 2020
5 Places to Keep Goals … and 2 Places you Shouldn’t – Writers on the Move – January 10, 2020
Be Yourself to Free Yourself with G. Brian Benson – Awake TV – January 1, 2020
13 Benefits You Can Get From Keeping A Daily Journal – Goal Crazy – December 17, 2019
What to Do If You Don’t Know What Career Path to Choose? – Up Journey – December 12, 2019
25 Entrepreneurs Share Their #1 Goal for 2020 – CEO Blog Nation – December 10, 2019
Your Goal Guide with Debra Eckerling – Kickin’ It With Daree podcast – November 19, 2019
9 Tips to Help You Become More Productive Right Now – PsychCentral.com– November 4, 2019
Why Is Public Speaking Important for Leaders and in Business? According to 24 Experts – Up Journey – November 4, 2019
Journaling for Problem Solving – Women’s National Book Association – San Francisco Chapter– October 17, 2019
5 Ways to Pursue a Passion Project While Working a Full-time Job – Thrive Global – October 24, 2019
How to Participate in Twitter Chats – #TwitterSmarter podcast – September 20, 2019
How Do I Figure out What I Should Do for a Living, According to 20+ Experts – UpJourney – August 26, 2019
5 times when using paper and a pen is better than using an app – Fast Company – August 15, 2019
#PeriGirtsChat – Are You a Goal Digger? – @ThePeriGirls – June 8, 2019
The Power of Twitter Chats – #SocialROI chat with Madalyn Sklar – March 5, 2019
Goal Setting for 2019 – The Tim and Jim Show on Facebook Live – December 12, 2018
Chatting About Twitter Chats – Madalyn Sklar’s #TwitterSmarter Twitter Chat and After-Chat Facebook Live – November 29, 2018
Goal Setting for Social Media Success – Madalyn Sklar’s #TwitterSmarter Twitter Chat and After-Chat Facebook Live – June 21, 2018
Goal Setting, Goal Striving, And Goal Attainment – DIY Marketers pre-#BizapaloozaChat video – June 18, 2018
Goal Setting Using The D*E*B Method – Fit Fifteen Podcast – April 26, 2018
Goal-Setting Lunch N Learn – LAX Coastal Chamber of Commerce – January 19, 2018
How Can Strategic Goal Setting Impact Your Business And Career #BizHeroes Twitter Chat – January 9, 2018
Effective Goal Setting to Rock your Career and Business in 2018 on Facebook Live with Ai Addyson-Zhang, Classroom without Walls – November 29, 2017
The #TwitterSmarter Monthly Talk Show – October 26, 2017
Goal Setting for Bloggers #ContentChat Twitter Chat Recap – October 16, 2017
Mange Your Productivity and Time on Twitter #TwitterSmarter Twitter Chat Recap – September 14, 2017
Mobile Tools for Writing and Productivity #MobileChat Twitter Chat Recap – September 12, 2017
How to Launch Your Blog in 30 Days with Guided Goal Setting – Market Like A Nerd Podcast, August 28, 2017
Getting Unstuck Twitter Chat Recap – #MediaChat, August 10, 2017
5 On: Debra Eckerling – Jane Friedman’s Blog, March 24, 2017
Interview with Carrie Dils – OfficeHours.FM Podcast, January 30, 2017
A Catalyst for Your Passion Projects: A Q&A with Debra Eckerling – The Startup Equation, April 14, 2016
Podcast Interview on Purple Pencil Adventures – She Wrote A Book Podcast with Lena Anani, January 2016
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Thank you for the wonderful session on planning and reaching my goals. I can’t believe in the short half hour of conversing, I was able to walk away with an executable plan of action and timeline to reach an immediate pressing goal. In fact it was so simple, I thought I’d missed something.I’ll end this year and begin the next one with a definite blueprint for completing tasks and getting things done–thanks to Debra. I’m stoked and inspired after our conversation, and will definitely sign up for future sessions. I’m about to pole vault over every single demon of opposition that has stymied my writing goals.
When I set my sights on being a serious writer with attention-deficit, I had trouble focusing and felt overwhelmed. I found Deb’s Facebook page, Write On! Online and began following her posts and podcasts. Every Sunday she’d tell us to post our weekly goals, then at the end of the week, did we meet them? If not, why? Deb has a positive, enthusiastic, infectious energy that has made a difference for me as a new writer. By following her posts and listening to her podcasts, I’ve developed the self-discipline to stay on task, complete them, and remain focused. She helped me break down the novel writing process into bite-sized pieces that moved me forward each day, no matter how small the task. I’m now revising two novels that will be published within the year. If you want to be a published author, Debra Eckerling will get you there!
Debra helped each member of our group kick of the New Year right with her goal-setting workshop. She led us through thoughtfully designed worksheets that helped us think about where we want to be and how to get there. She also had great answers to our questions on how to be more productive and overcome obstacles to our goals. Her workshop served to bring together the participants as we learned about each others’ goals and dreams, a great and unexpected benefit. I highly recommend Debra’s services as a coach and workshop leader.
Debra conducted a Google hangout workshop to assist Wells Fargo Hire LA’s Youth Interns prepare their final peer presentations. It was fantastic! Her preparation, presentation, attention to detail, ability to communicate, educate and inspire is top-notch. Not only did Debra provide expert coaching and guidance, she followed up with all the participants to offer continuous support. Debra goes the extra mile in everything she does – she made this intensive, interactive learning experience fun! awesome!
I recommend Deb as a goal coach if you want to get your book out for the world to enjoy! Within the first hour of working with me and my writing partner, Debra brought awareness and focus on our project’s strengths. We also realized areas where our visions of the book were vastly different. These conversations were important to get us off on the right foot. Debra pushed us from merely discussing the book to actually writing the first chapter within days of our conversation.
I always knew I had a book buried deep inside me, hiding behind the layers of fat, muscle, and blood coursing through my veins. When I met Debra Eckerling, I allowed my book, the book I was meant to share with the world, to come out of the closet, just like I had. Thank God, Debra inspired me to once again break through my false beliefs about my ability to write. I’ve since become known as an international blogger, the go-to guy for coming out with a twist of humor, and have been inspiring humans, regular old humans, to step out of the closets that hold them back from living their most authentic lives!
I’ve worked with Debra at print and online publications for over a dozen years. And as a professional editor (and writer, and producer, and editor) I am skeptical of self-proclaimed “experts” — especially those offering advice about creative endeavors — but Deb’s insights have helped me immensely. She knows what works. Her book Write On Blogging: 51 Tips to Create, Write & Promote Your Blog could only have been written by someone who has been there and done that. Deb’s book, her Twitter chats, and her newsletter have changed the way I approach my writing, music, and video projects, and I’m better at my work because of it. She has become a treasured advisor and a personal role model. Thanks, Deb.
Deb did a great job building our blog and social media CRM channels. She is very energetic and passionate about creating quality consumer-centric content. In a short time she was able to recruit and build relationships with education subject matter experts and guest experts. She is up-to-date on all the social media channels and understands how to write engaging and compelling social content.
Debra’s been a huge help, not only in improving my writing but in having confidence as a writer. She’s easy to work with, is great about setting goals and works at my pace without allowing me to become complacent. I would highly recommend her services to anyone who wants to work on their skills as a writer.
It’s been very helpful to talk to Deb every couple of weeks. She’s given me good advice and clear next steps that I could accomplish. I’ve gotten positive results (and saved a lot of time!)