Author Archive for: Dr. Judith Wright
Dr. Judith Wright
A media favorite, sought-after speaker, respected leader, bestselling author, world-class, coach, and corporate consultant, Dr. Judith Wright is the Professor of Transformational Coaching at the Wright Graduate University.
She wrote There Must Be More Than This, The One Decision, The Soft Addiction Solution, and, most recently, Transformed! The Science of Spectacular Living to share her proven personal transformation methodologies with a broader audience.
Dr. Wright has been featured on over 80 national TV programs including Good Morning America, ABC’s 20/20, the Today show, and more. Her work has been featured in over 400 radio stations and in a wide variety of publications including The Chicago Tribune, the Boston Globe, Health, Fitness, Marie Claire, and more.
For more information, please visit judithwright.com.
Entries by Dr. Judith Wright
For a long time, I thought the formula for a good life was setting and meeting goals, achieving, being good, being nice, being perfect, hiding vulnerability and weakness, and not making mistakes. What I’ve learned from my life experience and from my research with people who live great lives is that a good life is just the opposite-and these six key elements are key: YEARN–Life isn’t about getting what you want or meeting your goals; it’s about following your deeper yearning. I was good at meeting goals–being a good student, succeeding at my career, losing weight–but meeting goals didn’t make… Read more.
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