Genevieve Smith

Harper's Magazine

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Senior editor at New York Magazine and writer for Harper's Magazine

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Life coaches tend to be the butt of jokes in mainstream culture, but the field has been exploding, thanks in part to the slow economy and all the people looking for help finding work.

Life Coaches

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