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Creativity and the Artist in You

How I Got My Voice Back Plus SF Writing Workshops

This summer as I’m taking some downtime, I’m sharing some of my favorite and your favorite posts from the archives. Hope you enjoy these selections! Plus, scroll down to find out more about my upcoming writing workshops August 10th & 17th in San Francisco. Love, Tara How I Got My Voice Back There was a moment [...]

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What Happened?

This summer as I’m taking some downtime, I’m sharing some of my favorite and your favorite posts from the archives. Hope you enjoy these selections! Love, Tara I didn’t grow up in a rough environment. I grew up being told, almost every day, that I was special. I grew up with lots of love from my [...]

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how to be original

Click here to read this post & the comments on the web. *** If you are an artist struggling to uncover your artistic voice, an entrepreneur working to differentiate yourself, a scholar hoping to make a mark on your field, or an employee trying to stand out in your organization – you are probably occupied, [...]

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if you aren’t doing your thing because you aren’t “expert” enough…

Last week I wrote here about how so many brilliant women are held back by the “but I’m not an expert” thing. That post resonated with so many of you. I loved your impassioned, heartfelt comments. And I told you I’d be writing more about this topic. I have, and I’m excited to share with [...]

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A Cozy Chat with Susannah Conway

Do you ever wonder if you could make a thriving business out of what you most love to do?   Do you ever wonder if you could candidly tell the important stories of your life – and share them in a published book?   Do you ever wondered how to heal from the most difficult [...]

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The Overwhelm-I-Have-Too-Many-Interests-Thing (+NYC Event Next Week!)

It’s happened a few times now. I’m teaching a class, or sitting in a circle with women at an event, and someone raises their hand to participate in the discussion. She says, “I just have so many interests. I’m excited by so many different things. I try to do too much. I end up juggling [...]

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Three Conversations

I always feel so honored when other bloggers host me for interviews at their sites. Their warmth and thoughtful questions always bring out something new in me.   This week, I was privileged to be part of three such conversations.   At Joy Holland’s blog, we talk about “gentle power,” how I created 10 Rules [...]

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Holiday Poetry Book

    This is a big rite of passage for me. A stepping over the threshold.   It’s here: a book of my poems. A beautiful, hard copy book. Very soon, it will be up on Amazon.com, where you’ll be able to buy it. (I’ll let you know as soon as it’s up.)   The [...]

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Links, Podcast & More

Hi Everyone, There are bunch of goodies I want to share with all of you: 1. Dealing with Fear On what Top 5 list do I rank just above NY Times columnist David Brooks (he was #4) and just below A Million Little Pieces author James Frey (he was #2)??? This one! – BigThink’s List [...]

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Art-Making Poem

Your gifts are shy, and stand behind you, like a child peeking out from mommy’s leg.   But you already know that.   You’ve seen it a thousand times as you tucked and buried them wondering what was wrong with you.   It wasn’t you. Gifts are bashful. Most live hidden, and die in alleys [...]

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