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As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he. Proverbs 23:7

by tburgess April 25, 2019
By: Douglas Hollon, coach, public speaker, and blogger at https://www.expresswaycoaching.com As one thinks. What happens about what one thinks?  Are there Psychological and Physiological effects about what we think? The answer is Yes. Our thinking affects how we feel and readmore

Six Ways to Be an Awesome Team Player

by tburgess April 16, 2019
By: Douglas Hollon, coach, public speaker, and blogger at https://www.expresswaycoaching.com You have to know how to Follow before you can successfully Lead. This lesson was one of the first things I learned when I started my military career. There were readmore

Leadership and Environment

by tburgess April 11, 2019
By: Douglas Hollon, coach, public speaker, and blogger at https://www.expresswaycoaching.com A leader’s actions help determine the environment in the workplace or at home. The environment is important. If you get the environment right, then your people’s ingenuity and productivity will readmore

5 Steps to Declutter Your Workspace

by tburgess April 3, 2019
By: Kent Sanders, writer, professor, and creative coach at KentSanders.net Time for a confession: Our basement used to be an absolute disaster area. Over the years we had let boxes, odds and ends, and even unused furniture accumulate to the readmore

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

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

How To Create Closeness With Your Kids

by tburgess January 17, 2019
How To Create Closeness With Your Kids
By Chris Niemeyer, Entrepreneur & Co-Founder, EFMLife.com It’s January – a full year ahead and a blank slate!  Opportunity for improvement in all areas.  How are you approaching being a father (or grandfather) this year?  What are some ways you readmore