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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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Superfat Tuesday

Published on 07 February 2008 by in Blog, Change, Success

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Four years ago during the Democratic National Convention, I stood face to face with Senator Barack Obama. As he walked through the lobby of The Colonnade Hotel, he exuded charisma and confidence. He had a presence that you could feel and a smile that was contagious. I shook his hand and told him that he […]

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The Economics and Ecology of The Wire

Published on 31 January 2008 by in Blog, The Wire

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Omar “Big Baller” Little “You are not just one in a million, but rather you are one in a million.” Last night, I went to bed at 11:30pm and set my alarm for 1:30am in order to wake up in the middle of the night to watch the most recent episode of The Wire. Some […]

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Vegas Baby, Vegas!

Published on 29 January 2008 by in Ballers, Blog, Las Vegas, Ultimate Frisbee

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I will definitely have the Elephants as promised, but check out this unprecedented collection of ballers in Vegas this past weekend! (Click on the picture to enlarge)

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“One person making a difference for one other person will begin to change the world!” I finally realized tonight what Power of One truly means. I just returned from Thailand where I traveled with a group of 47 high school students, mentors, and teachers from the Untied States, Thailand, and China. The purpose of our […]

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Welcome to Bangkok

Published on 02 January 2008 by in Blog, Uncategorized

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Welcome to Bangkok! These are my pictures and videos from four days exploring the city of Bangkok. You will see some of the sights and sounds from our many adventures. We rode in took tooks, fed ostriches, saw a lady boy cabaret show, visited the bridge over the River Kwai and Ayutyah Temples, saw reclining […]

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On The Road in San Francisco

Published on 21 December 2007 by in Blog, Uncategorized

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I have resumed my journey as the winds of change have carried me back across the country. I escaped the snowy winter of Boston only to discover the partly cloudy winter of San Francisco. Having arrived with a week before my flight to Thailand, I have had plenty of time to scour the streets of […]

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Over the course of your lifetime, you will receive millions of seeds of wisdom. You must plant each one in your heart to see if it grows. Each seed possesses the potential to grow. When it grows naturally, it feels right, and you know that this is the right seed for you. But you can’t […]

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I took a deep breath as I stood silently in the doorway. I stared with excited trepidation down the long hallway in front of me. There were at least ten doors on either side. I could make out the names on the glass, but that was all. I could not see what lay behind the […]

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A Journey For The Ages

Published on 05 October 2007 by in Blog, Uncategorized

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I just wanted to share a few of the pictures and videos from the end of the trip…just in case you thought it was all fun and games…I have more inspirational words to come in the near future.

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Day 30: The Sun Always Rises

Published on 02 October 2007 by in Blog, Uncategorized

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For the past few days, I have been trying to write the final entry culminating my trip. I have been trying to force closure on this fantastic experience, but I was stuck. And it was not until this past weekend that I realized it was because my trip was not over. My experience at Tim […]

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