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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.
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22 Cool Movies for Those Hot Summer Nights
2 years ago

22 Cool Movies for Those Hot Summer Nights

Too crowded you say?

Okay, so what about a nice picnic in the mountains? You live thousands of miles from altitude? How about a movie that’s guaranteed to cool you …
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PC Tarzan and the Post-Postmodern Male
2 years ago

PC Tarzan and the Post-Postmodern Male

Did you know Alexander Skarsgård of “True Blood” fame is playing the lead in “The Legend of Tarzan?”

Okay, most of you probably heard that. Did you also know Margot Robbie …
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What Your ‘Orphan Black’ Crush Says About You
2 years ago

What Your ‘Orphan Black’ Crush Says About You

By  •  TV News

Star Tatiana Maslany is always entertaining, and “Orphan Black” was just renewed for its fifth and final season.

***Minor Spoilers Ahead***

Without giving too much away, “Orphan Black’”follows Sarah …
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6 Reasons for TV’s Glorious Golden Age
2 years ago

6 Reasons for TV’s Glorious Golden Age

How about a painting created in the last 40 years? Much harder,isn’t it?

For me, it’d be Andrew Wyeth’s “The Carry,” painted in 2003. The painting depicts a confluence of rivers …
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Revealed: Why We Love Horror Movies
2 years ago

Revealed: Why We Love Horror Movies

A horror film can deliver a few scares, much like a mediocre comedy can instill some scattered laughs. A great horror movie, though, features scares that leave a mark. And …
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Morticia and Gomez: An Adult Love Story
2 years ago

Morticia and Gomez: An Adult Love Story

Noted psychotherapist, author and teacher David Richo wrote a book titled, “How to Be an Adult in Relationships: The Five Keys to Mindful Loving.” In it, he talks about how …
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The 9 Worst TV Show Employees
2 years ago

The 9 Worst TV Show Employees

By  •  Lists, TV News

The sequence is less than seven seconds long, but it’s beautiful cinema.

Dignam: This is unbelievable. Who put the f***in’ cameras in this place?

Police Camera …
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How ‘Game of Thrones’ Revolutionized TV
2 years ago

How ‘Game of Thrones’ Revolutionized TV

It’s important to trace a historical thread from past to present to set the right context.

As HBO’s “Confirmation” demonstrated, we didn’t just suddenly arrive at our current understanding of …
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The Tall Task AMC’s ‘Preacher’ Faces
2 years ago

The Tall Task AMC’s ‘Preacher’ Faces

Now, the former American Movie Classics is a programming powerhouse, thanks to originals like “Mad Men,” “Breaking Bad.” and “The Walking Dead.” Those shows put AMC in the same class as …
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5 Reasons HBO’s ‘Vinyl’ Is Unwatchable
2 years ago

5 Reasons HBO’s ‘Vinyl’ Is Unwatchable

By  •  Reviews, TV

“The guy on the first date is just a mess. He has no actual personality. He’s just a mishmash of different kinds of dudes for a couple seconds.”

The same …
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