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Potatoes in the Washing Machine

by tburgess February 19, 2019
By: Crystal Keet, blogger, designer, consultant and linguist at CrystalKeet.com I really hate meetings. So much so that I’ll do anything to get out of them. One day, I had yet another middle management meeting for an upcoming school trip. 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

Why Do You Live Where You Live?

by tburgess January 10, 2019
Why Do You Live Where You Live?
By Chris Niemeyer, Entrepreneur & Co-Founder, EFMLife.com Are you living adventurously?  Are you choosing the best for yourself and your family in all areas of life – even where you decide to live?   Let’s face it. Most of us readmore

What’s Your Money Mindset?

by tburgess January 3, 2019
What’s Your Money Mindset?
By Chris Niemeyer, Entrepreneur & Co-Founder, EFMLife.com Money. The very word and topic stirs up something inside you.  Is it good, bad or indifferent?  Money (and possessions) are the second most mentioned topic in the Bible.  Jesus refers to money readmore

Random Acts to Make your Holiday Season Brighter

by tburgess December 11, 2018
By: Terry “Coach T” Burgess, Men’s Midlife Coach, Upward MC and Paid Facilitator with The Richway Personal Enrichment Program The holidays are always a very busy time for everyone.  It is also a very stressful time for some individuals.   This 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

The Many Ways to Keep Your Dog Safe: Let’s Stay Out of The Emergency Room

by tburgess September 20, 2018
The Many Ways to Keep Your Dog Safe: Let’s Stay Out of The Emergency Room
By: Faye Ruch at Dog Life Made Better, Helping Dogs Have Better Owners I recently came up with a list of 61 ways to keep your dog safe and the list is growing. Wow – that’s a lot. A lot readmore

Where In The Bedroom Is The Best Spot For Your Dog To Sleep? Should That Be On Your Bed Or Their Own?

by tburgess September 13, 2018
Where In The Bedroom Is The Best Spot For Your Dog To Sleep? Should That Be On Your Bed Or Their Own?
By: Faye Ruch at Dog Life Made Better, Helping Dogs Have Better Owners If you read my previous post titled ‘5 Great Reasons Your dog Should Sleep With You: Gaining Comfort, Strengthening the Bond, and Feeling Safer While You Sleep‘, you’ll readmore

HOW TO: Use your Mission Statement Every Day for Success

by tburgess September 11, 2018
HOW TO: Use your Mission Statement Every Day for Success
Every successful business has an effective and creative comprehensive mission statement.  If the mission statement is one that each employee, manager, and owner can identify with it can empower them with the ability to make decisions in their role without readmore

Personal Mission Statements: Why Do You Need One?

by tburgess August 28, 2018
Personal Mission Statements: Why Do You Need One?
By: Terry Burgess, Founder and Men’s Midlife Coach, Upward MC Every business has a mission statement.  Each mission statement has taken a great deal of thought and time to craft to ensure it meets the overall mission of the business.   readmore