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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

The #1 Thing You Must Have to Gain Success

by tburgess January 1, 2019
The #1 Thing You Must Have to Gain Success
By: Terry Burgess, Founder and Men’s Mid-life Coach, Upward MC Many of you who are reading this blog either made new resolutions for this new year of 2018.   Everyone whom partakes in this ritual wants to make positive changes in readmore

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

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

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

So Many Reasons to be Thankful

by tburgess November 22, 2018
So Many Reasons to be Thankful
Today we celebrate Thanksgiving. And there are so many reasons to be thankful. But did you know that practicing gratitude can increase your chances of success? Practicing gratitude leads to increased happiness. And increased happiness has been scientifically linked to 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

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