Tara Sophia Mohr

Quieting Your Inner Critic So You Can Play Big (Session II)

What sabotages most women from realizing their true potential? Fear mixed with self-doubt. Don’t let doubt or a lack of confidence stand in your way of making a change or diving into a new journey. With so many external factors out of your control, it is important to control the things you can. Emotions play an integral role in your ability to transition. This session will teach you how to manage your inner critic to access and convey greater confidence. Read More

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Quieting Your Inner Critic So You Can Play Big (Session I)

What sabotages most women from realizing their true potential? Fear mixed with self-doubt. Don’t let doubt or a lack of confidence stand in your way of making a change or diving into a new journey. With so many external factors out of your control, it is important to control the things you can. Emotions play an integral role in your ability to transition. This session will teach you how to manage your inner critic to access and convey greater confidence. Read More

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Swing for the Fences — Podcast with Tara Sophia Mohr

Mohr-Tara-300x335In this recording of our July teleclass, “Swing for the Fences,” author Tara Sophia Mohr illuminates the psychology of “playing small” and provides some great ideas for learning how to play big instead.

Listen to the fascinating 30-minute session below, and then visit taramohr.com to download her free “Ten Rules for Brilliant Women” workbook.
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Swing for the Fences: Free Teleclass with Tara Sophia Mohr July 22

Mohr, TaraSwing for the Fences
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
12:00 PM to 12:30 PM (CDT)

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Holding back, playing small—it’s not you. You’re ready to Play Big, and speaker and author Tara Sophia Mohr will tell you how. Join the free teleclass on Tuesday, July 22nd at 12:00 CDT.

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Let’s Talk Pushy

Join this month’s forum, as we tackle the p-word. What’s your experience of the term “pushy” as it relates to you, and to all women?

Mohr, Tara“‘Pushy’ is such an interesting term because work that is worthy of our time and energies often involves pushing for something. Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton were pushy—pushing against the legislation and culture of their time—and as a result, you and I can vote. Today, women push for improvements to our communities, for more transparency and accountability from those in power, for better lives for our kids. As bosses, we push for excellence, from ourselves and from those with whom we work. Women who push, are, of course, inconvenient challengers to the status quo. Let’s keep pushing.”

–Tara Sophia Mohr, author of “Playing Big: Find Your Voice, Your Mission, Your Message” Read More

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