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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

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

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

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

Expectations vs. Reality: I Want Clarity Right NOW!

by tburgess August 24, 2018
By: Rhonda Peterson, Executive Coach and Masterpiece Work Catalyst Recently, I’ve been asking leaders this question: What held you back from moving more into your Masterpiece Work? Their answers most often related to the desire to KNOW what was going readmore

Letting Go!

by tburgess August 16, 2018
By: Rhonda Peterson, Executive Coach and Masterpiece Work Catalyst Over the past few months, I’ve witnessed many endings and new beginnings. Some have been in my own life, some have been in the lives of others. Some have been long 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

What’s Your Banana?

by tburgess August 9, 2018
By: Rhonda Peterson, Executive Coach and Masterpiece Work Catalyst There’s a story told about the method hunters use for catching small monkeys. A banana is placed in a jar with a small opening. The monkey reaches into the jar, grabs the banana, and readmore

Suicide is Not Painless

by tburgess August 7, 2018
Terry Burgess, America’s Mid-life Coach for Men with Upward MC The World Health Organization reports on average there are 800,000 suicides in the World per year which is 1 suicide every 40 seconds. The MentalHealthAmerica.net website reports suicide is the readmore