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

by tburgess December 26, 2017
“A SMARTER” Way to Make Changes in the New Year
By: Terry Burgess, Founder and Men’s Mid-life Coach, Upward MC   2018 is just a few days away.  There are several traditions that many individuals take a part of as a celebration of the dawn of a new year.   Some readmore

Five Lessons Learned While Being Unemployed

by tburgess December 21, 2017
Five Lessons Learned While Being Unemployed
By: Terry Burgess, Founder and Men’s Mid-life Coach, Upward MC The thought of being unemployed at any time is nerve wracking.  However, as you get older the more challenging it becomes to navigate the challenges of finding new employment. Today readmore

Facts and Advice for Those Unemployed After Age 40

by tburgess December 19, 2017
Facts and Advice for Those Unemployed After Age 40
By: Terry Burgess, Founder and Men’s Mid-life Coach, Upward MC   Job loss and unemployment at any age can make a person nervous.  However, for those individuals over the age of 40 it can be a large stressor.  Losing one’s readmore

You’re Fired: Now What?

by tburgess August 11, 2017
You’re Fired: Now What?
By: Terry Burgess, Career and Personal Leadership Coach “You’re Fired.” These two little words are powerful words that invoke a lot of different reactions and emotions for any individual who has heard them before.  There are a limited number of readmore

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

by tburgess August 4, 2017
Three Key Tips to Help You Get the Interview and Job You Want
By: Terry Burgess, Career and Personal Leadership 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 readmore

Resume Resolutions and Revisions: Start 2017 off to be resume ready for the next job opportunity!

by tburgess January 23, 2017
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