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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

To Know and Not Do is Not to Know

by tburgess August 14, 2018
To Know and Not Do is Not to Know
By: Terry Burgess, America’s Mid-life Coach for Men with Upward MC This title of this blog is an axiom I heard recently at a seminar hosted by Mr. Ricky Bennett, CEO and Founder of The Richway Life Enrichment Program.  These readmore

Are You Hiding in Plain Sight?

by tburgess August 2, 2018
By: Rhonda Peterson, Executive Coach and Masterpiece Work Catalyst A few weeks ago, I was working in my studio and spied a hawk as it swooped down and perched on the swing set in our back yard. Fortunately, I had the presence readmore

Selling Your Book is Where the Real Work Begins

by tburgess July 26, 2018
By: James Woosley, owner of Free Agent Press The magic day finally arrives. Your book is in print and in your hands. You flip through and see the beauty of it. You smell the paper and the ink. You suddenly realize readmore

Five Writing Tips for Non-Writers

by tburgess July 12, 2018
Five Writing Tips for Non-Writers By: James Woosley, owner of Free Agent Press Not everyone is a natural writer. And even those who appear natural to outsiders are often struggling on the inside. In fact, writing is a bit of a readmore

With This Ring, I Thee Wed and Commit

by tburgess July 10, 2018
By: Terry Burgess, America’s Mid-life Coach for Men with Upward MC If you are a husband or a wife do you remember your vows you stated at your wedding?  You probably remember many of the words in the vows.  However, readmore

Three Questions to Answer Before You Write a Book

by tburgess July 5, 2018
By:  James Woosley, owner of Free Agent Press Everyone who wants to write a book should answer three questions before beginning: 1) Why do you want to write a book? Your why goes beyond the subject of your book. It’s readmore