I am MarGO Geller, a licensed counselor, career, business development, and certified retirement coach working at the intersection of psychology, business and retirement.  My unique combination of counseling and coaching talents helps my clients get quicker and better results!  I combine competence, compassion and creativity to help my clients stay focused, motivated and successful.

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Hiring Margo as my business coach was the best decision I have ever made, and was worth every dime! Working with her has helped me and my business soar!
June Carlson
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Making a Retirement U-Turn

May 23, 2016
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When you make a U-turn you probably aren’t happy about it.  How could you have made such a stupid mistake?  In a second something can change which forces a new decision or direction.  No matter how much you prepare, it is hard to know what something will be like till you get there.  One example […]

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Loving Limits

April 29, 2016
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You know what it means to set a boundary.  In fact you have tried it many times.  It’s hard to do.  It’s easier to set a boundary when you do it with love.  That is how I came up with Loving Limits! When you don’t set limits you aren’t totally truthful.  You are in a […]

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The Power of Silence

April 22, 2016
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Whether you are an Employee, Self-Employed Professional or Business Owner people come to you for help.  You ask questions to determine the details and depth of the problem.  You want to help them find a “good” solution. As a Licensed Counselor and Coach, my clients come to me when they are in a funk or […]

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Do You Love What You Do?

April 15, 2016
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My answer is yes!  How about you?  No big deal if you don’t.  There are actually more people like you then me.  The good news is that you can create a work life that you love (or like more) and “It’s never too late!” I believe that Misery is Motivating.  Miserable means being sick and […]

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Recovering From Perfectionism

March 28, 2016
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Isn’t perfection a good thing?  Why would someone need or want to recover from it?  Striving for excellence and having high standards is what it takes to be successful.  I’ve learned that when you stop being a perfectionist you will experience more enjoyment, peace of mind, happiness and success! My recovery started when my counselor suggested […]

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Preparing for Self-Employment

March 20, 2016
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Thinking about going out on your own can be exhilarating and exciting.  You fantasize about no more rules or micromanagers to deal with.  Your schedule will be up to you and finally you can take time off whenever you want to.   Your focus is only on the positive aspects of self-employment.  Unfortunately, there are […]

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Managing The Monkey Mind

February 22, 2016
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I don’t know about you, but my mind regularly races around like a monkey.   I’ve been working on managing my monkey mind for many years and have happily had some success!  I feel much calmer, clear headed and confident.  When my mind starts going a million miles an hour with worries or new ideas, I […]

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Success Is Progress, Not Perfection

February 17, 2016
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When you make progress you are successful.  When I first heard someone say that I was super pleased.  As a past perfectionist I know how much perfection gets in the way of happiness.  When you aim for perfection you are not going to be successful. As a Personal, Business and Retirement Coach I strongly believe, […]

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Expressing Emotions With Emoticons

February 4, 2016
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Social media has cleverly created a new way to communicate emotions. They are called Emoticons.  I’m sure you have seen them and used them many, many times.  Their popularity has increased exponentially over the past few years.  An Emoticon is used in a digital message or text to convey the writer’s emotions.  Common ones include […]

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Over and Under Spending

January 7, 2016
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I find money to be endlessly fascinating.  As a Personal, Business and Retirement Coach, I help my clients make difficult decisions.  Most of these decisions revolve around money in one way or another.  Making better financial decisions is critical to personal and professional satisfaction and success! Whether you are an over or under spender there […]

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