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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

DO put your cart before the horse

by tburgess December 20, 2018
Written By: Kyle Crooke – personal development consultant & motivation coach at https://kylecrooke.com That right. Don’t hold your horses. And don’t not put your cart before the horse. If you want the bottom line up front, the message of this article 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

Do You Know Who You’re Talking To?

by tburgess November 29, 2018
Do You Know Who You’re Talking To?
I recently spoke to a group of business owners in the creative services industry. We spent some time talking about how to handle difficult conversations over creative differences with clients. The big question: “how do you communicate in a way readmore

Talk back to Imposter Syndrome

by tburgess November 17, 2018
Talk back to Imposter Syndrome
Have you ever felt like you don’t belong in a room full of successful people, and you think to yourself, “it’s just a matter of time before they find out I’m a fraud!” Believe it or not, there’s a name readmore

Social Business Networking: 3 Tips for Building Your Personal Tribe

by tburgess October 2, 2018
Social Business Networking: 3 Tips for Building Your Personal Tribe
By: Terry “Coach T” Burgess, America’s Midlife Coach for Men “Today’s most valuable currency is social capital, defined as the information, expertise, trust, and total value that exist in the relationships you have and social networks to which you belong.” readmore

Is Walking Your Dog Really A Chore? Finding The Joy On Your Walks

by tburgess September 27, 2018
Is Walking Your Dog Really A Chore?  Finding The Joy On Your Walks
I’ve heard people say “I’m going to take the dog for a walk and get that over with” like it’s a major chore. We got our dogs for a reason and now have the responsibility of taking care of them, readmore

Personal Emergency Fund: A Way to Help Cope with Life’s Emergencies

by tburgess September 18, 2018
Personal Emergency Fund:  A Way to Help Cope with Life’s Emergencies
By: Terry Burgess, Midlife Coach for Men You never know when life is going to hit you with a curveball.  It could be a major appliance needing repair or replacement, your car needs transmission work, or you are faced with a layoff readmore

5 Great Reasons Your Dog Should Sleep With You Gaining Comfort, Strengthening the Bond, and Feeling Safer While You Sleep

by tburgess September 6, 2018
5 Great Reasons Your Dog Should Sleep With You Gaining Comfort, Strengthening the Bond, and Feeling Safer While You Sleep
By: Faye Ruch at Dog Life Made Better, Helping Dogs Have Better Owners “When considering if your dog should ‘sleep with you’, first means to sleep in the same room as you. Then the next decision will be whether your dog readmore

Words Mean Things

by tburgess August 30, 2018
By: Rhonda Peterson, Executive Coach and Masterpiece Work Catalyst “Words mean things.” This quote from my pastor/supervisor/partner in starting the equipping ministry in our church often rings in my ears.    As I’ve coached leaders seeking the meaning and purpose of their readmore