I’m Maggie Worth and my mission is to help people think a little bit differently every day.
I’m an author, speaker, coach, consultant, teacher, and freelance writer. I’m also a reader, life-long learner, dog schmuck, DIY enthusiast, Mensan, and Oxford comma defender. I believe firmly that changing the way we think can change the way we live and I’m dedicated to helping helping people, businesses, and organizational leaders figure out what they want, why they want it, and how to get there. My specialties are effective communication, self-analysis for increased awareness, and personal, professional, and entrepreneurial strategic planning and goal-setting.
I bring 20+ years in communications, writing, mentorship, and training as well as strategic planning, project management, and marketing with a bit of consultative sales tossed in for good measure. I’ve written thousands of business documents including plans, risk analyses, white papers, case studies, installation manuals, marketing pieces, ad copy, and video scripts (some award-winning), and sold nearly 1,000 articles in various formats. I’ve developed and facilitated training on a broad range of topics, spoken to groups of five to 500, taught workshops and continuing education classes in online and face-to-face formats, and coached or consulted with creative entrepreneurs, small-business owners, corporate executives, and everyday people who want to enhance their lives or careers. I’m also a trained, ICF-certified coach and will be seeking certification to administer the Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator in December.
Academically, my interests lie in the intersection of literature — specifically modern popular fiction — and sociology. I’m currently working on a crossover thesis that should lead to a Master’s in Liberal Studies next May, and I’m toying with the idea of a Ph.D. I do freelance on a limited basis, but only for publications, though I’m pondering adding a new niche service in the near future. The rest of the time, I try to cook healthy, hang out with my dog, write a little fiction, teach a few workshops, and think about new ways to bring my passions for authentic living, whole-life integration, and strategic planning and thinking together.