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There are some areas of life in which it seems like we have everything down. Maybe we feel great in our careers or feel great in our relationship. But what about those areas where we feel like we're falling short?
In the clip below, Beth Weissenberger chats with mbg Executive Editor Olessa Pindak about what it means to be the "author of your own life," and why listening to your inner voice isn't always a good idea. Beth is the co-founder and vice chairman of Handel Group, a team of corporate and life coaches. She also leads corporate seminars, and personally coaches Handel's senior executive clients. Beth currently lives in New York City with her daughter.