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About Matt Morava

Matt is the President and Founder of Endeavor Coaching which has been in existence helping individuals and corporate clients since 2006. Matt is also an adjunct professor at the University of Denver and a certified practitioner of the Insights Discovery System - a Jungian personality profile. Matt is a certified coach through the Coaches Training Institute. Matt’s formal education includes a undergraduate degree from DU in Cultural Anthropology and Environmental Science and a Masters degree in Management from the Daniels College of Business. ​He has explored the human experience as a cultural anthropologist, eco-psychologist, and organizational development professional. He has been helping individuals, teams, and organizations reach their highest potential since 1999. He has over 10,000 total facilitation hours supporting individual and professional growth. Matt specializes in using symbols and archetypal narratives to maximize interpersonal and team success and improve relationship cohesion.
Latest Posts | By Matt Morava
Here’s How ‘Crash Pad’ Squanders Its Killer Cast
4 weeks ago

Here’s How ‘Crash Pad’ Squanders Its Killer Cast

By  •  Reviews, Movies

The first thing you’ll notice about “Crash Pad” is the talent involved.

Christina Applegate, Thomas Haden Church, Domhnall Gleeson and Nina Bobrev.

Applegate is such a spectacularly underutilized actress that …
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Top 10 Essential Leadership Lessons from ‘Star Trek’
2 months ago

Top 10 Essential Leadership Lessons from ‘Star Trek’

By  •  Lists

We just celebrated the 51st Anniversary of Gene Roddenberry’s “Star Trek.”

The occasion made me think what “Star Trek” meant to me as both a business coach and science fiction …
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Wicked Good Pairings: Ultimate Double Features Part 2
2 months ago

Wicked Good Pairings: Ultimate Double Features Part 2

Back by popular demand, more double feature tips for your viewing pleasure.

I love movies, yet I don’t consider myself a critic of movies or television; I’m more of an …
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Movie Literacy 101: The Essential Cheat Sheet
4 months ago

Movie Literacy 101: The Essential Cheat Sheet

What if you wanted to help a teenager, or really anybody who doesn’t watch movies, develop a more sophisticated taste in film?

I met someone recently who had only seen …
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Top 10 Television Duos with Killer Chemistry
5 months ago

Top 10 Television Duos with Killer Chemistry

By  •  Lists

The biggest surprise of “American Gods” so far for fans of the Neil Gaiman book was the expanded role of Laura Moon (Emily Browning) and Mad Sweeney (Pablo Schreiber).

The …
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Top 10 Science Fiction/Fantasy Fathers
5 months ago

Top 10 Science Fiction/Fantasy Fathers

By  •  Lists

Everyone knows Darth Vader is the worst dad in cinematic history.

He’s responsible for the loss of millions of lives and the destruction of an Empire. That doesn’t mean the realm …
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Why ‘King Arthur’ Didn’t Deserve to Flop So Hard
6 months ago

Why ‘King Arthur’ Didn’t Deserve to Flop So Hard

By  •  Reviews, Movies

It’s official. “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword” is a box office debacle.

The film’s opening weekend yielded an anemic  $15,371,270. The Guy Ritchie spectacle came in number three behind …
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The Best TV Shows Before and After ‘The Sopranos’
7 months ago

The Best TV Shows Before and After ‘The Sopranos’

By  •  Lists

As peak television rolls along, and shows like “American Gods” take off, it’s a good time to reflect on how we got to this point of endless bounty.

Thank “The …
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Try These Ultimate Double Feature Suggestions
7 months ago

Try These Ultimate Double Feature Suggestions

By  •  Lists

If you love movies as much as I do then you have no problem watching good movies again and again.

So I’ve put together a viewing list of potential double …
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‘Bokeh’ Makes Society’s Collapse a Chore
8 months ago

‘Bokeh’ Makes Society’s Collapse a Chore

By  •  Reviews, Movies

Imagine that disaster porn auteur Roland Emmerich took a few philosophy classes before his next project and was given a limited budget.

That movie might look and feel very much …
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