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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
‘Bokeh’ Makes Society’s Collapse a Chore
1 year 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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7 Reasons ‘Billions’ Is TV’s Best Drama
1 year ago

7 Reasons ‘Billions’ Is TV’s Best Drama

By  •  Reviews, TV, Lists

“Peak Television” shows little sign of stopping.

HBO’s mini-series “Big Little Lies” by David E. Kelley is a nice addition to an already packed Sunday night. It recently joined with …
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6 Great TV Shows You Missed in 2016
2 years ago

6 Great TV Shows You Missed in 2016

By  •  Reviews, TV, Lists

“Stranger Things” is on almost all of the “best TV shows of 2016” lists.

And rightly so.

The same holds true for “Westworld” “Atlanta” and “Game of Thrones.” “The Americans” …
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10 Road Trip Movies to Make Homer Smile
2 years ago

10 Road Trip Movies to Make Homer Smile

I heard an English Lit professor once say, “Throw in a little Shakespeare, and it’s all been derivative since then.”

The story of a character fighting across a forbidding landscape …
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Flashback: Powerhouse Southern Writers from the ’80s
2 years ago

Flashback: Powerhouse Southern Writers from the ’80s

By  •  Reviews, Books

Matt Stone and Trey Parker of “South Park” fame came up with the term “member berries” to lampoon our need for nostalgia, I’d like to serve up a warm slice …
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Why ‘VICE’ Might Get HBO Pink Slip Next
2 years ago

Why ‘VICE’ Might Get HBO Pink Slip Next

By  •  Reviews, TV

I’m paraphrasing a bit, but Paley was a stickler for not messing with the viewer by changing around the times and days of programs. That was especially true for the …
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Top 10 Scariest Old School Movie Monsters
2 years ago

Top 10 Scariest Old School Movie Monsters

By  •  Lists

They’re the modern monsters invading our nightmares, courtesy of the Hollywood dream machine.

What about their predecessors?

This Halloween, let’s salute the old school movie monsters who made classic films …
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How Sunday’s ‘Westworld’ Changed Everything
2 years ago

How Sunday’s ‘Westworld’ Changed Everything

By  •  Reviews, TV

Titled “Chestnut,” the show’s second week quickly moved beyond the pilot to establish its deeper themes and its bold corporeal potential.

Caution: Story spoilers ahead…

Let’s recap for a moment …
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Why the Stoned Detective Suits Our Troubled Times
2 years ago

Why the Stoned Detective Suits Our Troubled Times

The full quote is illuminating:

“My mind,” he said, “rebels at stagnation. Give me problems, give me work, give me the most abstruse cryptogram or the most intricate analysis, …
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4 Can’t Miss Summer Shows, 3 to Avoid
2 years ago

4 Can’t Miss Summer Shows, 3 to Avoid

By  •  Reviews, TV

May sweeps would end, studios would pack it in for a summer break and odd sports like bowling, would have their time to shine.

Today, summer is a competitive television …
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