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Tara Mohr on How to Lessen Fear and Self Doubt

The One You Feed

Tara Mohr is an expert on women’s leadership and well-being. She helps women play bigger in sharing their voices and bringing forward their ideas in work and in life. Tara is the author of Playing Big: Practical Wisdom for Women Who Want to Speak Up, Create, and Lead, named a best book of the year by Apple’s iBooks and now in paperback. In the book, she shares her pioneering model for making the journey from playing small–being held back by fear and self-doubt–to playing big, taking bold action to pursue what you see as your callings.In this “From the Archive” episode, Eric and Tara discuss strategies to deal with our inner critic and live a bigger, more meaningful life.But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you!Tara Mohr, and I Discuss Mindfulness in Nature and…Her book, Playing Big: Practical Wisdom for Women Who Want to Speak Up, Create, and LeadHow the inner critic often shows up differently for men and womenLearning to witness but not take direction from the inner criticFinding your inner mentor by visualizing your future wise selfAsking “what am I making this mean?”The hiding strategies we often useInstead of asking if you’re ready, ask what life is asking of you right now?The 6 criteria of the “The Leap”Sustainable change is not about willpowerSuccess architecture is how we set up our lives with routines to support the change we want to makeThinking that being hard on ourselves is the way to change behaviorTara Mohr links:Tara’s WebsiteTwitterInstagramWhen you purchase products and/or services from the sponsors of this episode, you help support The One You Feed. Your support is greatly appreciated, thank you!If you enjoyed this conversation with Tara Mohr, you might also enjoy these other episodes:Transforming Your Inner Critic with Dr. Aziz GazipuraThe Energy of Emotions with Ralph DeLaRosaSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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25 Mar 2022

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Episode 50: Turning Towards Love with Tara Mohr

The Making An Effort Podcast with Gabby and Mel

We are so thrilled to be able to sit down and have a conversation with one of our personal role-models, Tara Mohr. Tara is a coach, speaker and author of the best-selling book 'Playing Big'. Tara shares generously about embracing different seasons of life, ambition vs capacity, and turning towards love of self and others as the healing posture the world needs right now. This epsiode has stayed with us and we hope you love it too. Shownotes here:https://www.makinganeffortpodcast.com/episodes

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7 Mar 2022

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E. 15 - Finding Your Inner Mentor (Based on the work from Playing Big by Tara Mohr).

That's So Deep

Hello So Deep Peeps! Welcome to That’s So Deep.  This is the podcast where we try to root out loneliness one conversation at a time. Today we are talking about Finding Your Inner Mentor (Based on the work from Playing Big by Tara Mohr). Some deep things we cover:The Inner Critic is not the only voice inside of you.  There is a wiser and gentler voice and that is the voice of the Inner Mentor.The Role of Imagination in Empowerment: You CAN become what you haven’t seen in the outside world.  You just need to see it in your inside world.Outer Mentors and Inner Mentors: Society has no problem telling women that their own voices are not enough.  We have been trained to seek outside sources for the answers when the truest, most perfect answers are within each of us.  Take-aways:Carve out 30-45 minutes to visualize your Inner Mentor.  Choose one of the meditations in the resources below.  Find a quiet space, take a deep breath and begin.  If you find your mind wandering or if you fall asleep, that’s okay, you’re just tired.  Try again another day.  You can prep yourself by taking a warm bath.  Pour yourself a mug of warm tea.  Do what you need to help you relax.  Things to keep in mind from Playing Big:Explore and pay attention to symbols that come up.Don’t take the vision too literally.  If the vision shows that you are pregnant, it may not mean literally.  It may just mean opportunity or abundance lie ahead.Keep your inner mentor to yourself…at least for a while...it is precious and yours.Post visualization journaling questions from Playing Big:Write about any images, feelings & words that came to mind as you visualized.What was her true name?  Look up the origin, root & meaning.What was her presence like?What did she look like?What was her home like?What was her parting gift to you?  Take some time to journal and answer these questions.  Now that you know what your Inner Mentor looks like, allow this more fully expressed, authentic version of yourself to pull you forward into who you will become.We want to have a conversation with you! There are many ways to connect with us.  Here are some of them:Join our That's So Deep Community Group on Facebook.LIKE and FOLLOW us on Facebook: @sodeeppeeps LIKE and FOLLOW us on Instagram @thatssodeeppodLeave us a voicemail: 805-288-0884Email us: sodeeppeeps@gmail.comIf you liked this podcast, you can FOLLOW, SUBSCRIBE or SHARE with a friend and if you don’t want to miss an episode, click that BELL so you can be notified right away when the next episode releases.  We love you and we can’t wait for our next deep conversation!Yours in Becoming, Phyllis & JulieResources and articles we referenced in the episode:Supplemental Exercises & Tips for Playing Big by Tara MohrA Future Self Guided Visualization - Meet Your Inner MentorPlaying Big, Tara Mohr's Women's Self-Development BookSimplify: Ken Page: Meet Your Inner MentorLean In Book

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4 Mar 2022

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E. 14 -What Your Inner Critic Sounds Like and How to Get it to Shut Up - Based on the work from Playing Big by Tara Mohr

That's So Deep

Hello So Deep Peeps! Welcome to That’s So Deep.  This is the podcast where we try to root out loneliness one conversation at a time. Today we are talking about What Your Inner Critic Sounds Like and How to Get it to Shut Up (Based on the work from Playing Big by Tara Mohr).Some deep things we cover:Inner Critics are like buttholes.  We’ve all got one!Inner Critics are the Risk Aversion Department of your brain.Inner Critics are more concerned with safety than truth: They’ll tell you anything to keep you safe from emotional risk.What does the Inner Critic sound like?Harsh, rude and mean.Binary: Black and white thinking. No gray area.Sexist Body CriticalA Broken RecordAn Outer Critic that you have internalized: a parent, a sibling, a coach etc.If your inner critic is getting hysterical, it may mean that you’re on the edge of a breakthrough.  Keep going!Take-aways:Now that we know what the Inner Critic sounds like, what are some ways we can get it to quiet down?  Here are some tips from Tara Mohr’s book Playing Big: Name and describe your critic:  Take a minute to breathe and journal.  Give your critic a name and identify their personality traits.  What are their features?  What kind of car do they drive?  What does their voice sound like?  How do they take their coffee in the morning?Take the “I” out of the inner critic and talk about them in the 3rd person:  Instead of saying “I’m freaking out!” try “my inner critic is freaking out right now!”  The inner critic is “a” voice but it is not “the” voice.  Ways to Minimize the Inner Critic’s voice:Physically walk out of the room when your critic starts talking.Locate the voice in your body and imagine it receding into space.Pantomime putting all the criticisms in a box and moving it out of the room.Imagine a volume dial in your mind and see yourself turn the volume down. We want to have a conversation with you!The whole point of this podcast is to facilitate and encourage deeper conversations and we want to hear from you!  Here is how you can reach us:Voicemail: 805-288-0884Email: sodeeppeeps@gmail.comIf you liked this podcast, you can FOLLOW, SUBSCRIBE or SHARE with a friend and if you don’t want to miss an episode, click that BELL so you can be notified right away when the next episode releases.  We love you and we can’t wait for our next deep conversation!Yours in Becoming, Phyllis & JulieResources and articles we referenced in the episode:Playing Big, Tara Mohr's Women's Self-Development BookShadow Work: Benefits, How To, Practices, & Dangers The Goop Podcast - How to Defeat Your Inner CriticThe Science of Happiness: Episode 2: Quieting Your Inner Critic

37mins

25 Feb 2022

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Permission ~ Tara Mohr

Little Box of Quotes

Would you like to receive a daily, random quote by email from my Little Box of Quotes?https://constantine.name/lboqA long long time ago I began collecting inspirational quotes and aphorisms. I kept them on the first version of my web site, where they were displayed randomly. But as time went on, I realized I wanted them where I would see them. Eventually I copied the fledgeling collection onto 3×5 cards and put them in a small box. As I find new ones, I add cards. Today, there are nearly 1,000 quotes and the collection continues to grow.My mission is creating better conversations to spread understanding and compassion. This podcast is a small part of what I do. Drop by https://constantine.name for my weekly email, podcasts, writing and more.

29 Jan 2022

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Ouse crescer - Tara Mohr (Microbook)

Elite Microbooks

Compre o livro pelo link e ajude o crescimento do podcast: https://amzn.to/2XGvjb9 Inscreva-se no nosso Canal com podcasts exclusivos: https://bityli.com/rNaff Em seus programas de liderança e coaching para mulheres, Tara Mohr percebeu que suas clientes ousavam pouco na carreira e na vida pessoal. Insegurança e autocrítica estavam por trás de atitudes conservadoras e confortáveis, que não condiziam com o tamanho de seus sonhos e ambições. Neste livro, ela apresenta importantes conceitos e reflexões para ajudar você a liberar todo o seu potencial. Em capítulos objetivos, Tara aponta o que atrapalha seu crescimento e ensina como calar a voz interior que a faz duvidar de si mesma e se livrar do perfeccionismo. O programa Ouse crescer oferece ferramentas para apoiar o desenvolvimento pessoal e profissional e já formou mais de mil mulheres pelo mundo. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elitemicrobooks/support

16mins

3 Nov 2021

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OUSE CRESCER / RESUMO Tara Mohr

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Em seus programas de liderança e coaching para mulheres, Tara Mohr percebeu que suas clientes ousavam pouco na carreira e na vida pessoal. Insegurança e autocrítica estavam por trás de atitudes conservadoras e confortáveis, que não condiziam com o tamanho de seus sonhos e ambições. Neste livro, ela apresenta importantes conceitos e reflexões para ajudar você a liberar todo o seu potencial. Em capítulos objetivos, Tara aponta o que atrapalha seu crescimento e ensina como calar a voz interior que a faz duvidar de si mesma e se livrar do perfeccionismo. O programa Ouse crescer oferece ferramentas para apoiar o desenvolvimento pessoal e profissional e já formou mais de mil mulheres pelo mundo.

8mins

23 Jun 2021

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Brilliant Women Playing Big: Putting Dreams Ahead of Fear - with Tara Mohr

Straight Up with Bonnie St. John: Real Talk about Climbing The Corporate Ladder

Season 1, Episode 7Even the most accomplished and brilliant women struggle with self-doubt. In many ways, women have been socialized to adopt a mindset of “playing small” – stopping us from taking risks, sharing our expertise, and throwing our hat in the ring. In this episode of Straight Up, we talk with women’s leadership and well-being expert, Tara Mohr, about her “10 Rules for Brilliant Women,” including practical tips to quiet our inner critic and start PLAYING BIG. This is a must-listen episode for women who want to play big and the men who advocate for them and support their growth!  Tara Mohr is an expert on women’s leadership and well-being. She is the author of Playing Big: Practical Wisdom for Women Who Want to Speak Up, Create, and Lead, named a best book of the year by Apple’s iBooks. Tara is the creator and teacher of the global Playing Big leadership program for women, and of the Playing Big Facilitators Training for coaches, therapists, managers, and mentors. She is a Co-Active Training Institute certified coach with an MBA from Stanford University and an undergraduate degree in English literature from Yale. Her work has been featured on national media from the New York Times to Today Show to Harvard Business Review. She lives in San Francisco with her husband, son and daughter. 

40mins

15 Jun 2021

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Ep 6b – Working Identities by Herminia Iberra and Playing Big by Tara Mohr

Getting Better by Reading Books

Where Maxine subtly slips in that she’s read more than one book a week over the last few weeks and catches you up with the good stuff.The post Ep 6b – Working Identities by Herminia Iberra and Playing Big by Tara Mohr appeared first on Maxine Horne.

7mins

31 May 2021

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Facing Risk and "Playing Big" by Tara Mohr

Equally Lost

EP16 The midterm anxiety is real. The girls discuss migraines, vaccine passports, and author Tara Mohr's notes on the counterproductive ways we shield ourselves from risk and failure in our careers and personal projects.  --- To support the podcast, please subscribe and rate us on iTunes! --- In this episode: Playing Big by Tara Mohr https://www.taramohr.com/the-playing-big-book/ ---- Theme song: Boom Boom Boom by Grace Mesa Licensed through PremiumBeat https://www.premiumbeat.com/royalty-free-tracks/boom-boom-boom --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/equallylost/message

55mins

26 Apr 2021

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