Today on The Lively Show we are speaking with coach and author, Tara Mohr, about the work she does helping women worldwide to “play big” in their lives – based on their own unique Values.
In the show, Tara guides us through a visualization exercise to uncover the wisest course of action for any situations we might be struggling with. And we discuss: the two different types of fear – and how to live more with the “good” fear, unhooking from praise and criticism, and a bit about the findings from my work and worth book research.
This episode is perfect for anyone who wants to learn how to get clarity on a situation where they might be staying “small” and find a peaceful way to move past those limiting beliefs or circumstances.
IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL FIND OUT ABOUT
Tara tells us how her childhood, specifically her mother, guided her to the profession she is in today.
She tells us the external and internal barriers that affect women when “playing small” in their lives.
Tara describes how she started on a journey to understand why women were playing small and what helps us play big, from the inside out.
Tara describe the concept of Playing Bigger and how women can shift their loyalty to their dreams.
Tara works with Jess on applying the “Playing Big” concept in Jess’s life.
She goes over the concept of the inner critic and how to quiet her voice.
Tara talks about the two types of fear people face and how to respond to each fear.
She describes how being “hooked” by both positive and negative feedback limits women’s playing big and how to get rid of that.
She tells about the difference between the should goals and a gift goal.
Tara tells us some strategies to unhook ourselves when we are caught in praise or criticism.
Tara tells us about how the inner mentor has the answers many of the biggest challenges within oneself.
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PS – Join me for one of my two upcoming free online Intention Setting Workshops to learn how to set Values-based intentions for every area of your life in 2016!