Dr. King’s Lasting Legacy for All Mankind

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Dr. King’s Lasting Legacy for All Mankind

By: Terry Burgess, America’s Mid-life Coach for Men with Upward MC

Today is the 50th anniversary the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Lorraine Hotel in Memphis.   Dr. King is one of the most dynamic leaders our World has ever known.   He was the successful leader of a peaceful movement to protest a very volatile societal issue at the time of his death.  There are several lessons and traits we could learn from his life which can transform our lives with an abundance everyday success.

The foremost trait I believe Dr. King possessed is that of having a singular and definitive purpose and mission.   Dr. King best described his purpose and mission in his famous “I Have A Dream” speech.  However, Dr. King took this a step further by reinforcing the message by walking the speech in his actions everyday of his life.

I believe if each of us can find our definitive purpose and mission take the steps to reinforce the message not only in our words but our actions everyday we can make our dreams come true.   When we do that we can truly change our world and leave a lasting legacy just as Dr. King did in his death in 1968.

Please feel free to contact me for a complimentary 45-minute coaching session.  I can help you develop a simple starting point plan to help you get on the road from your “mid-life crisis or challenges” to your “mid-life rediscovery and renovation” for your life.  You can visit http://bit.ly/SchedulewithTerry to schedule you complimentary coaching session!

 Terry is a Personal Leadership and Mid-life Coach for Men with Upward MC in Benton, Kentucky.  He can be contacted via e-mail at Terry@upwardmc.com or by phone at 270-493-0967. His website can be found at http://www.terrypburgess.com


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