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Max Woolf is a motivational speaker and career coach for Gen Y and beyond. Max speaks to organizations, groups, sports teams, and individuals to help them maximize their potential, live life more fully, and discover their passion and purpose. He has developed a new context for living that invigorates life experiences and improves quality of life called Living at the Edge.

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On Fatherhood

Published on 05 February 2015 by in Blog, Change, Happiness, Life Path, Unconditional Love

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I knew I’d love being a dad, but it’s 100 times more amazing than I ever imagined I find myself constantly amazed by the wonder and inquisitiveness of my daughter Zoe. As the father of a 19 month old, I am most amazed by the deep understanding and knowledge that precedes language acquisition. She knows […]

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I know that many people (myself included) advocate for job and career seekers to discover their passion and find their purpose.  I know from personal experience that this is something that is very easy to say and very difficult to do.  It is daunting because for most of us, ironically, it involves a lot of […]

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The search for the soul is found by experiencing the newness of life in the fleeting moments of the present. It sometimes amazes me how infrequently we take time out of our “busy schedules” to just be.  It is so easy to get caught up in all of the trials and tribulations of life that […]

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“Contemplative practice makes perfect” I have been practicing yoga a few days a week for the past month.  It is not only increasing my flexibility and physical well-being, but also transforming my mental awareness.  Yoga is transforming how I live my life by showing me how to Live at the Edge. All too often, I […]

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“…la vie est un magnifique endroit d’etre!” As I sit here on a lazy Friday afternoon with my feet up in front of my wood stove, I can sense something special in the air. I inhale a deep breath of life. The smell of freshly burning wood on a crisp winter day reminds me just how special […]

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If you solved all of life’s problems today, what would you do tomorrow? This afternoon, I attended a program at Amherst College called Career Choices. It was a panel of alumni talking to students to give them advice on how to find a job in this difficult economy. There were several different alumni from all […]

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We’re here to help others, as much as we’re here to help ourselves. I find that the best ideas come to me in the state just before waking while I am still in a partial dream state. Unfortunately, I have been experiencing an interesting problem of finding that those times are between the hours of […]

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Being comfortable with uncertainty, is certainly uncomfortableOn Sunday night, I was driving back from the Philly Invite, an Ultimate Frisbee tournament in Allentown, PA. When we started the trip, we were a few gallons shy of a full tank and several cards short of a full deck. Speaking of being short of a full deck, […]

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If what I have done is true, then may these things come to be. –The Diamond Cutter What?! It’s May already? My birthday is tomorrow? What? 27? How did that happen? They say that time flies when you’re having fun, and I feel like the past few months have flown by like a roller coaster […]

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After 61 days of travel in 20 states and 4 countries, I have finally returned home to Boston. For the last few weeks of the trip, I had been eagerly looking forward to waking up in the same bed every single morning without having to politely decline breakfast with my host or tell the housekeeper […]

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