Are you gutsy?

Gutsy isn’t about being reckless with yourself or with others. Gutsy is about defining your OWN version of success and gaining the confidence and courage to go after what YOU want rather than pursuing what OTHERS expect you to want.

How Gutsy Are You?

Being Gutsy doesn’t mean being reckless. You are Gutsy when you have the clarity, confidence, & courage to define your own version of success & pursue your own path. Breaking free of others’ expectations for how you live your life is not easy, but it’s the only way to truly be yourself.

How Gutsy Are You?

Are you the type who tries not to make waves or are you brave enough to choose your own adventure?

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Robin talks with Alberto Sardiños Passion Accomplished podcast

Robin talks success on The Joe Piscopo Show


What Game Are You Playing?

From the moment we are born, others’ expectations shape our behaviors, choices, and definitions of success. We build our personal and professional lives around those expectations and at some point, many of us wonder if we are on the right path. We may want to make changes, but it’s difficult and we don’t know how to start.

Life is a game, and it is up to each individual to determine just what kind of game they want to play. Robin Moriarty guides readers through a process that shows them how to assess their current state and outlines the steps they need to take in order to achieve their new game and own version of success.

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Subtle Digs or Foot in Mouth?

Whenever you’re doing something that doesn’t fit the norm, people can get confused and sometimes they say things to you that don’t make any sense. Here’s an example of a conversation I once had at a cocktail party in Hong Kong to illustrate.

So What Do You Do?

I have a confession to make. I’m an introvert. Most people don’t believe me when I say that—partly because they misunderstand what an introvert is and partly because they see me as social and open. But the truth is, I’m an introvert, and one of my least favorite things is going to a cocktail party with a bunch of strangers or (gasp) a networking event. 

Gushing for Gutsy

“This book is perfect for anyone seeking to take control of how they play the game at work. Its honest and accessible approach will guide you to achieve the success that you desire!”

GAIL EVANS, former EVP, CNN Newsgroup and author of Play Like a Man, Win Like a Woman, Play Like a Man, Win Like a Woman

“Compelling, refreshing, honest, and inspiring. What Game Are You Playing? reminds us that it’s never too late to design your own life game, fearlessly act on it, and actually enjoy playing it!”

ERIKA MEDINA-VECCHINI, Managing Director, Endeavor Puerto Rico

“Are you grinding through life? Then hit the reset button, and wipe your slate clean! This book helps you redefine success so that you can pursue what is important to you. Stop trying to live up to others’ expectations, and start playing your game, by your rules, today!”

DON W. QUIGLEY JR., retired Fortune 100 President

“As an entrepreneur, I know that work is a huge part of life. This book helps you figure out how to insure that your life and your work are fulfilling your needs. It is a must-read for young people entering the workforce and for moms going back to work!”

SHAYNE WALSEY, President, Urban Enterprises

“This is a guidebook for the dreamers, the artists, the hustlers, and the individuals. The people who have realized their lives are theirs to live and the people who want to find that realization. In other words, this is for all of us.”

JEREMY PETRANKA, PhD, Assistant Dean and Associate Professor of the Practice, The Fuqua School of Business at Duke University

"Now I have tools and language and perspectives to continue evolving and changing and owning my own life and path.”


“Why don’t they teach us this stuff in school?!?”


“I feel affirmed of my choices now even though I have been judged and ridiculed by others for those choices.”


"Excellent framework! It was an easy insightful Sunday morning coffee read. Well done on the perfect balance of implementing convergent and divergent principles. Your transparency and relational theme throughout the book added an extra special element for your audience. It is most definitely a great tool box add that I can see myself continuously using."

ABHA TREOHAN, The Fuqua School of Business MBA

Design Your Own Life Game

Life is a game. Isn't it time you played by your own rules?

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