Release & Refine, the multimedia workbook that helps you clear your schedule, find your priorities, and spend your time on purpose, is currently getting a facelift for 2017. The new edition will be available for purchase for $79 in early 2017.


  • The integration of "Clear Your Calendar Like Marie Kondo," Lynn's popular ebook on harnessing the world-renowned KonMari Method™ to declutter your calendar and make space for your Audacious Life
  • Brand-new bonuses with embedded links for easy access
  • Downloadable audio files, for when you want to listen to Release & Refine in the car, at the gym, or simply away from your computer (you're there enough already!)

When I started Release & Refine, my life was complex and juggling. I realized that I do so much for others, and that I also need to do things for myself. As a result, I’m now doing less of what I think I have to do to please others and more of what I want to do for myself.
— Kathy, Denver, CO



Release & Refine helped me realize that I was focusing my energy on everyone else—and I was exhausted! This program gave me permission to stop and give myself time to recharge.
— A.T., New York

About Lynn Daue

I'm Lynn Daue, author & speaker, and the creator of Release & Refine.

My work focuses on the intersection between personal responsibility and personal development with a decidedly positive outlook. I believe in living on purpose—both in the sense of "I meant to do that" and "this is what I was meant to do."

In addition to Release & Refine, I am also the creator of Malama Your Money, an 8-week course in taking care of your money so that it can take care of you, and the author of Lucky Pitch, a publishing guide for entrepreneurs who want to grow their audiences and their incomes. I have contributed to Verily Magazine, YFS Magazine, and MindBodyGreen.com, among others.

My books and courses are based on research, experience, and personal experimentation in the fields of linguistics, psychology, sociology, cultural anthropology, business & entrepreneurship, and finance & economics from a layperson's perspective. Which is a fancy way of saying, "I read a lot, try things out, and then distill what I've learned so that others can apply it to their real lives."