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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Tara Sophia Mohr. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Tara Sophia Mohr, often where they are interviewed.

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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Tara Sophia Mohr. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Tara Sophia Mohr, often where they are interviewed.

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Tara Sophia Mohr: Playing Big – Putting Your Dreams Ahead of Your Fears

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When Sheryl Sandberg wrote Lean In, she shined a gigantic search light on the gaping holes in leadership teams around the globe. Where are the women? When Tara Sophia Mohr wrote Playing Big, she gave women a roadmap to develop the tactical skills to fill those holes. What makes Tara’s advice so powerful and widely applicable is that it’s not just for women. It’s for anyone who has ever let their fears stop their dreams.

Oct 16 2019 · 23mins
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722: 7 Sources of Deep Clutter by Tara Sophia Mohr with Good Life Zen

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Tara Sophia Mohr with Good Life Zen shares 7 sources of deep clutter.

Episode 722: 7 Sources of Deep Clutter by Tara Sophia Mohr with Good Life Zen (Simple Living & Minimalism).

Mary Jaksch is an authorized Zen master (Diamond Sangha lineage), psychotherapist, and author. She has two nationalities,--English and German--and lives in New Zealand. She's the mother of a grown-up son and lives happily ever after with her partner David. She's been awarded an MA in Religious Studies, holds a 4th Dan Blackbelt in karate, started professional life as a flautist and loves dancing Argentine tango in skimpy dresses.

The original post is located here: https://goodlifezen.com/7-sources-of-deep-clutter

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Playing Bigger in Our Lives and Careers with Tara Sophia Mohr

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In this episode I speak with Tara Sophia Mohr about why people play small, and what helps us play big in our lives and careers from the inside out. 


Higlights

  • Balancing spirituality and practicality 
  • Finding Your Way Back After You’ve Lost It
  • Using feedback in a way that allows you to play big
  • Learning to Identify Your calling 


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Learning to Love Criticism NY Times 

Tara Sophia Mohr is the author of Playing Big: Find Your Voice, Your Mission, Your Message, named a Best Book of 2014 by Apple's ibooks. Her work on wellbeing, careers and spirituality has been featured in The New York Times, Harvard Business Review, and the Today Show. She's also the creator of the global Playing Big leadership program for women, and a lover of poetry, dance, dogs, art and mamahood.  

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Dec 15 2014 · 28mins
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Episode 6 - Playing Big with Tara Sophia Mohr

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Tara Sophia Mohr is an expert on well-being and women's leadership. She has a book entitled, Playing Big: Find Your Voice, Your Mission, Your Message and Tara has been featured on Maria Shiver, Huffington Post, and more. She talks to Charlie today about some of the problems women face in modern times, self-doubt, launching her book with a new born in tow, and resisting our true calling. 

Key takeaways:

4:22 – It's hard to be seen as the likeable and good girl when you're trying to challenge the status quo. 

9:55 – Play big. Identify what that means to you. Sometimes playing big doesn't have to be big at all. 

14:16 – We tend to resist our true calling because of fear. 

17:15 – Tara explains about two types of fear in this segment. 

22:10 – Women want to be both competent and likeable, but sometimes the two collide with each other and women dumb down their competence to seem more likeable. 

29:10 – Both Tara and her husband are in the same type of career field, but Tara thinks it is important to advance each of their careers individually and without using your partner as a crutch.
34:20 – Tara didn't anticipate the amount of opportunities that would open for her as a result of the book and it has been one of her challenges to manage. 

37:15 – It's so hard to focus on one thing when we get 20 new ideas a day. 

41:22 – The biggest takeaway? Self-doubt is a big problem for women. Tara says to work on taking action when you feel self-doubt. 

Mentioned In This Episode: 

http://www.taramohr.com
http://www.productiveflourishing.com/

Dec 02 2014 · 43mins

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– 2: Playing Big – The Work of Our Time with Tara Sophia Mohr

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This episode's guest is the formidable Tara Sophia Mohr, an expert on women’s leadership and well-being. Download now to hear Tara and I discuss:

Weaving spirituality practice in business
How we keep ourselves small and the importance of “Playing Big”
How to deal with criticism when stepping out and Playing Big
The words: Pahad and Yirah and how they can help us understand our fear
The value of mentorship
Tune in to listen to my conversation "Playing Big" with Tara Sophia Mohr.

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Chantal Pierrat: Well, Tara, welcome, and thank you for being here today.

Tara Mohr: Thank you, thank you so much for having me. 

CP: I’m so excited to have you today—half an hour or 45 minutes all to myself. I think I discovered you about a year ago or a year and a half ago. I’ve been getting your blogs and I read your poetry. And the thing that struck me the most was here was a woman who was diving into business, clearly very, very articulate and wise in the business world, but who was overtly—and I’m putting some emphasis on that because it’s unusual—spiritual. And I’m just so excited because it’s such a rare combination, and I would love to dig in a little bit more about your background and how that came to be and how you came to combine these two worlds that seemingly are very separate. So maybe we could just jump in there.

TM: Yes. I’d love to begin there. That’s certainly been a big part of my journey. I was raised in a fairly unique way, hopefully a way that’s becoming less unique. My mom was very much a spiritual seeker, and had a huge passion for psychology.

So our house was full of books from all different religious traditions, from the mystical side of all different religious traditions, and she was always busy reading them. She was up at 5 a.m. writing about spiritual topics, really just for her own journey. She raised me, every morning, at the breakfast table, asking me what did I dream the night before, and having me diagram my dreams out, the Jungian interpretation, on a yellow pad while I was having my oatmeal or my Cheerios or whatever it was at the time.

And truly, I can remember incidents like being teased on the playground in kindergarten and coming home, getting into the car [when] my mom picked me up and saying, “Mom, so-and-so teased me, and I really hate him.” And she would always say one of two things in that scenario. She would say, “Well, what do you think is going on for that person at home that would make them tease another kid?” Or she would say, “How do you think God looks at that person?”

So this was the milieu I was raised in, and it was particularly remarkable because it wasn’t attached to any organized religion. I grew up with this access to inner life and to spiritual concepts that I think children are ready for and can understand, but we often underestimate how much and how early they can understand [them]. So I would say that was one track that I was on from very early in life.

And yet, at the same time, my parents were [a] middle class, professional, Jewish family who really valued education, and [they] were saying to me, “You’re bright and you have a lot of potential and we expect you to work hard in school and do well in school.” And school was a world that felt like the opposite of all that stuff I was just talking about. Because, of course, at school, nobody was asking what God thought about any of the other kids. [Laughs] Nobody was thinking about what dreams meant.

School felt very hierarchical. I was always aware [of], “Oh, you can get a good grade or a bad grade.” And yet, my mom was saying every child was divine and special. So those things were at odds. In school, we would learn about, “This war happened because this country disagreed with this guy,” and no one was looking at the inner side of anything.

So for much of [my] life, I would say these two different domains felt very distin...
Aug 23 2013 · 49mins
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10 Rules for Brilliant Women with Tara Sophia Mohr

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Tara Sophia Mohr is a personal growth and women's leadership/well-being author and teacher. Her work focuses on helping individuals create more authentic, fulfilled lives, as well as helping women play bigger in their work and lives.   With an MBA from Stanford University and her undergraduate degree in English literature from Yale, Tara takes a unique approach that blends inner work with practical skills training, and weaves together both intellectual rigor and intuitive wisdom.  Tara is the creator of the global Playing Big leadership program for women and author of the free 10 Rules for Brilliant Women Workbook. She is also a poet, and the author of Your Other Names and The Real Life: Poems for Wise Living.  Tara is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post and has been featured on the Today Show, BigThink.com, Beliefnet, CNN.com, USA Today, the International Business Times, Ode Magazine, Forbes, and numerous other media outlets. Visit www.taramohr.com to learn more Tia Johnson is a Gateway Dreaming™ Coach, an ANGEL THERAPY PRACTITIONER©, a certified Reiki Practitioner, and a Crystal Healer. Tia also has a forthcoming ebook, To Be Goddess Every Woman Is A Goddess; Discover Your Domain In Which You Reign Supreme.www.violetsanctuaryspa.com
Nov 02 2012 · 1hr 1min
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TWE 073: Tara Sophia Mohr—Women's Leadership Coach on the “10 Rules for Brilliant Women”

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Tara is a life coach who is devoted to enriching and empowering women with her writings and internet courses. She talks about how women often undermine their own intelligence and gives her 10 Rules for Brilliant Women to help them deal with their inner critics and become leaders. About The Women's Eye Radio: with host Stacey Gualandi, is a show from , an Online Magazine which features news and interviews with women who want to make the world a better place. From newsmakers, changemakers, entrepreneurs, best-selling authors, cancer survivors, adventurers, and experts on leadership, stress and health, to kids helping kids, global grandmothers improving children's lives, and women who fight for equal rights,"It's the world as we see it." The Women's Eye Radio Show broadcasts on in Phoenix, live-streams on 1480KPHX.com, and is available as on-demand talk radio on iTunes and at . Learn more about The Women's Eye at
Oct 27 2012 · 21mins
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10 Rules for Brilliant Women with Tara Sophia Mohr.

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Tara Sophia Mohr is a personal growth teacher and an expert on women's leadership and well-being.Listen today and be inspired to play bigger in your work and in your live by understanding the 10 rules for brilliant women.
Aug 08 2012 ·