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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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Day 2: Yankee Stadium

Published on 30 August 2007 by in Blog, Uncategorized

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Today, we found ourselves sitting in the grandstands of Yankee Stadium hoping that the Red Sox would get a hit as Cano effortlessly knocked two of Schilling’s pitches out of the yard. It was not what we had hoped for, but thankfully, I brought my broom along with my Ortiz jersey to the game. After […]

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In college, I was unable to grow a full, thick beard. When I let myself go on some weekends, I looked scruffy and unkempt. Being an Ultimate Frisbee player at the time, I was already considered a hippy and I feared that a beard would give me the reputation of long-haired dirty hippy. After graduating, […]

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Time for East Ocean City

Published on 23 August 2007 by in Blog, Uncategorized

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I have been trying to explain to my parents the value of a DVR and TXT messaging. For some unknown reason, they fail to understand the true magnitude of this upgrade in your entertainment and communications worlds. As you step into a new genre of information transfer that allows you to choose exactly when you […]

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I spent the better part of the day filling bags with trash and organizing the seemingly infinite possessions in my small apartment. When you’re a member of the last group of roommates in a three year stint, there are a lot of unclaimed, useless items have remained hidden in cupboards and drawers. New roommates have […]

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Melancholy

Published on 10 August 2007 by in Blog, Uncategorized

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You never really cry until you’re ready. Last night at my goodbye party, I had a strong sense of emotional loss. I could feel the end of an era as time was winding down. I knew how much effort and care I had put into this community of my friends and at the end of […]

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Resigned to Change

Published on 04 August 2007 by in Blog, Uncategorized

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In the last two months, my life has truly been a whirlwind of change. I have made a series of decisions that have opened many new doors of possibility in my life. I have crossed a threshold that has loomed at the fringes of my box of possibilities, and I am ready to embrace the […]

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A Difficult Week

Published on 07 June 2007 by in Blog, Uncategorized

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It has been a very difficult and tiring week for me. I returned from Australia on Monday evening, which has left me exhausted from jetlag, and on Wednesday afternoon my grandmother Marge passed away. In light of these events, I have been struggling to find the energy to remind you about the Living at the […]

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It has truly been a synchronistic journey over the past seven weeks. When I began this journey, I knew that I was in a “good place” because I was thinking creatively and living purposefully. I found myself enjoying the ebb and flow of life as I consciously navigated down a very exciting new path. Along […]

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Life 8: On the Crest of a Wave

Published on 13 April 2007 by in Blog, Uncategorized

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It’s Friday the 13th, but I feel like I am on the crest of a wave with a clear view of the present! My mind, body, and spirit are at the verge of something very exciting. I am prepared for every moment, ready to live life to its fullest potential. I am ready to face […]

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My hotel is about to complete the first phase of a multi-million dollar renovation. The amenities and the rooms will be brand new. My guests will receive a product with the functionality and cleanliness that they deserve. This unique product will be supported by the impeccable personalized service that we provide to each and every […]

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