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The Cure for Laziness

I’ve noticed this a lot lately: bright, capable women calling themselves lazy. “I’d love to write that book, but I’m just too lazy.” “I get really into meditating in the mornings for a few weeks, but then the laziness kicks in and I end up sleeping in in the morning instead.” “I should be doing [...]

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Dream Road

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 Dream Road I remember well the moments when I first began to turn away from my own B+ life. I began to allow room for the truth — the [...]

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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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Some Loving Reminders About Feedback

This summer as I’m taking some downtime, I’m sharing some of my favorite and your favorite posts from the archives. Today’s post is about feedback – criticism, praise, feel-good feedback and rough feedback. It’s one of my most commented-on posts ever.   Hope you enjoy these selections from the archives!   Love, Tara    Some [...]

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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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A Conversation with Whitney Johnson Part 2

Here’s Part 2 of my chat with Whitney Johnson. (Read Part 1 here). TARA: You also talk about disrupting yourself. What does that mean and what has it looked like in your life? WHITNEY: Disruptive innovation is actually a term of art that was coined by Clayton Christensen at the Harvard Business School with whom [...]

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you are not

I was sitting outside at a pool party chatting with a woman from Switzerland — soft-spoken, impassioned, about 80. Her husband of 50 years, she explained to me, had died seven years before. She’d played a very traditional “wife” role for five decades, but when he died, she had to learn to live independently. She [...]

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Have You Made the Switch?

I’ve been thinking a lot about what we learn in school – not the facts we memorize, but the message we absorb about what will earn us gold stars, what will bring success. In school we are taught to please the teacher, but to do anything significant as adults we have to be comfortable with [...]

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Some Loving Reminders About Feedback

So you are working on speaking up more. Or you are dreaming about launching that new business, or nonprofit, or artistic venture. Or you are just trying to be more of your real deal self and share what is on your mind.   In some way, you are fighting the everyday fight to step into [...]

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Hey Beautiful, This Is Your Time

This is your time.   Your time to say what you have kept silent. Your time to ask your big questions without apology. Your time to shine like a blazing comet, whether they like it or not.   Your time to believe what your heart tells you: that this world could be very different. Your [...]

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