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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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Honing Your Passion (Part 2)

Published on 21 October 2010 by in Uncategorized

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I hope that you found the first exercise of Discovering Your Passion and Your Purpose (Part 1) to be truly invigorating. I know from having done this exercise several times for myself that at first it seems pretty challenging. What have I done that’s successful? What am I going to write? I haven’t done anything […]

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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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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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Day 24: West Coast Arrival

Published on 22 September 2007 by in Blog, Uncategorized

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After 4300 miles and 70 hours of driving, we finally arrived on the West Coast! It was quite an epic journey through Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington, but we made it to Seattle safe and sound. There is a small crack in the windshield and the car needs an oil change, but these […]

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Day 18: Drive Slow…

Published on 16 September 2007 by in Blog, Uncategorized

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Just in case you haven’t been following the trip, this should catch you up… We have decided to stay in Boulder for a few more days to see Arcade Fire and Muse perform at Red Rocks. We’ll be in Seattle by Thursday…

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Day 17: Introspective Boulder

Published on 15 September 2007 by in Blog, Uncategorized

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We’ve been traveling for about two weeks and I have some perspective on our trip. We have been to twelve states and ten cities in seventeen days. We have driven 2941.1miles, been driving for 56:26 hours, and filled the tank nine times. We have seen friends, parents, parents’ of friends, strangers, randoms, and random strangers. […]

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Day 14: Driving Through The Dakotas

Published on 12 September 2007 by in Blog, Uncategorized

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We are currently rolling through North Dakota at smooth, steady 85 miles per hour. We are able to move at such a clip because the speed limit is 75 miles per hour, which means that 85 miles per hour is basically legal. Who said slow and steady wins the race? Fast and steady has us […]

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Day 8 – 11: Cultural Chicago

Published on 08 September 2007 by in Blog, Uncategorized

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Before arriving in Chicago, I had high hopes of enjoying the many cultural attractions of the city. I had envisioned a few days packed with history and art. I hoped to take trips to the Art Institute, the Sears Tower, the Field Museum, the Chicago Tribune, and Wrigley Field. I had promised myself that during […]

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