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10 Simple Ways to Be More Creative

by tburgess March 21, 2019
By: Kent Sanders, writer, professor, and creative coach at KentSanders.net Creativity is a vital element of success today. Without creative thinking, we have no hope of growing as individuals or leading our organizations and businesses to greater success. Creativity isn’t readmore

3 Simple Ways to Stand Out as a Creative Professional

by tburgess March 14, 2019
By: Kent Sanders, writer, professor, and creative coach at KentSanders.net Everyone is looking for a way to stand out from the crowd. This is especially true in creative fields, where there is a lot of competition in graphic design, editing readmore

5 Ways to Avoid Workplace Drama

by tburgess March 7, 2019
5 Ways to Avoid Workplace Drama
By: Kent Sanders, writer, professor, and creative coach at KentSanders.net Relationships are the glue that holds society together. No matter if you work for an organization, or if you are an entrepreneur or freelancer, you still have to deal with readmore

Leaving A Legacy

by tburgess March 5, 2019
Leaving A Legacy
By: Crystal Keet, blogger, designer, consultant and linguist at CrystalKeet.com My life changed one day two years ago in June. Forever. My labor was four days, and I lingered in the English hospital to the threats of a c-section and readmore

How They Think Of You

by tburgess February 21, 2019
By: Crystal Keet, blogger, designer, consultant and linguist at CrystalKeet.com There once was a young man. He grew up in a rough neighborhood and got taken over by a life of crime and ended up going to prison. For about readmore

Potatoes in the Washing Machine

by tburgess February 19, 2019
By: Crystal Keet, blogger, designer, consultant and linguist at CrystalKeet.com I really hate meetings. So much so that I’ll do anything to get out of them. One day, I had yet another middle management meeting for an upcoming school trip. readmore

The Dinosaur Backpack

by tburgess February 14, 2019
By: Crystal Keet, blogger, designer, consultant and linguist at CrystalKeet.com My daughter is in love with a brand new backpack. Her grandmother gave it her and Grace loves putting it on, finding her favorite books and toys to pack away readmore

Learning From Billy Graham’s Biggest Regret

by tburgess January 24, 2019
Learning From Billy Graham’s Biggest Regret
By Chris Niemeyer, Entrepreneur & Co-Founder, EFMLife.com Billy Graham left us a gift when he said he wished he would have spent more time with his family than anything else.  “I regret that I didn’t spend more time with my readmore

Three Key Tips to Help You Get the Interview and Job You Want

by tburgess January 22, 2019
Three Key Tips to Help You Get the Interview and Job You Want
By: Terry Burgess, Midlife Coach The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that at the end of May 2017 there were nearly 5.7 million job openings in the United States.  Many experts say that nearly 30% of all new jobs created readmore

Resume Resolutions and Revisions for 2019

by tburgess January 8, 2019
The new year has already started and many of us sat new resolutions or goals.  Some have maintained progress toward achieving those resolutions/goals.  Others, have fallen off and failed at keeping those resolutions/goals. However, I would like to propose that readmore