Coach T’s Memorial Day Challenge

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Coach T’s Memorial Day Challenge

by tburgess May 23, 2018 Tag ,,

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

This coming weekend is Memorial Day weekend here in the USA.  This holiday weekend is designed to honor those individuals who have served in the military both living and dead.  These individuals, particularly those who have died in service paid a tremendous amount of sacrifice for the freedoms we have here in America.

However, this weekend also has become synonymous as the “unofficial” start of the summer for us.  Many families plan vacation during this weekend to kick off the summer break for the 1000’s of children who just finished their school year. I want you to commit to spend more time this summer making positive memories by doing events with you children and family.   These don’t have to be expensive.  It can be going to the park, visiting a local landmark, going fishing at a local stream, river, or pond, going on bike ride, or just spending at least 2 hours per week with you family.

Here is my call to action for you this week:

  • I want you to thank and spend time with a non-relative veteran who is living in your community. If you can’t find one near you visit a local cemetery and place flower or a small American Flag on a grave of a veteran who may not have a family member to honor them.

I am going to commit to do this call to action and will post it on my Instagram and/or FB Group. I challenge you to do the same and tag me using #CoachTMemorialDayChallenge

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 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 or by phone at 270-493-0967. His website can be found at


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