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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

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

The #1 Thing You Must Have to Gain Success

by tburgess January 1, 2019
The #1 Thing You Must Have to Gain Success
By: Terry Burgess, Founder and Men’s Mid-life Coach, Upward MC Many of you who are reading this blog either made new resolutions for this new year of 2018.   Everyone whom partakes in this ritual wants to make positive changes in readmore

The myth of work-life balance

by tburgess December 27, 2018
Written By: Kyle Crooke – personal development consultant & motivation coach at https://kylecrooke.com Work-life balance doesn’t exist. Never has, never will. It’s a term that people use when they want to better manage their profession and their personal life. If that’s readmore

“A SMARTER” Way to Make Changes in the New Year

by tburgess December 25, 2018
By: Terry “Coach T” Burgess, Men’s Midlife Coach, Upward MC and Paid Facilitator with The Richway Personal Enrichment Program 2018 is just a few days away.  There are several traditions that many individuals take a part of as a celebration readmore

What to do when your current work doesn’t feel meaningful?

by tburgess December 7, 2018
Written By: Kyle Crooke – personal development consultant & motivation coach at https://kylecrooke.com Recently I was asked, “What do you recommend for somebody who doesn’t feel any meaning/purpose in their current work, though?” This question is tough.  And relevant.  And readmore

Selling Your Book is Where the Real Work Begins

by tburgess July 26, 2018
By: James Woosley, owner of Free Agent Press The magic day finally arrives. Your book is in print and in your hands. You flip through and see the beauty of it. You smell the paper and the ink. You suddenly realize readmore

Understanding the Publishing Process

by tburgess July 19, 2018
By:  James Woosley, owner of Free Agent Press After weeks or months or years, you’ve finished your first draft and now you can’t wait to get your book in print and in the hands of your readers. Be patient because readmore

Five Writing Tips for Non-Writers

by tburgess July 12, 2018
Five Writing Tips for Non-Writers By: James Woosley, owner of Free Agent Press Not everyone is a natural writer. And even those who appear natural to outsiders are often struggling on the inside. In fact, writing is a bit of a readmore