Your playing big isn’t defined on the world’s terms. It isn’t necessarily owning an empire or making millions. You know what playing big means for you. It is your voice, your vision, your unique contribution flowing forth, no longer shrunken down, stopped up inside you, or compromised.
The brilliant Tara Sophia Mohr
I found Tara Mohr online. Of course. And I immediately resonated with who she is and what she’s doing. I followed her closely for a year or so, loving her voice, her message, the way she comes across as professor and feminist activist and spiritual guide and cherished friend. Never preachy, never abstract. Always spot-on in her analysis and willing to share her own vulnerability and humanity in service to advancing our collective understanding of ourselves as women.
Brilliant women. Women whose time has come to share our brilliance with the world.
Tara’s writing feels like a handwritten letter to me.
I’m still marveling at my audacity a few years ago, in reaching out to her to ask her for some feedback on what was up for me. The connection was solid, the resonance clear, and our friendship blossomed from that first conversation. From there we have become colleagues and friends who collaborate on projects and share ideas in real life as well as online. Now Tara’s who I call for coaching and insight, and she does the same.
Playing Big as a gamechanger
And Playing Big. Well. Playing Big changed the way I see myself as a woman. Since I took the course I have shifted the way I run my business and the way I show up in my marriage. Playing Big gave me what I needed to reclaim forgiven power and to lean into my vulnerability, coming to know that it’s not a barrier but instead is a doorway. It’s not an exaggeration to say that in incorporating the teachings of Playing Big, I have changed my life.
This program is Tara’s labor of love, her creative-baby. It’s a six month online course in which she shares the tools that have most helped her on her own journey to Playing Bigger, and that have most helped the women she works with.
The program is a blend of inner work and outer work - internal transformation and practical training. You’ll get the best of both sides of Tara – the practical Stanford MBA side, and the coach/personal growth teacher/poet too.
And this year I’m on board with Playing Big in a new way: I’m available as an add-on component of private coaching to the participants who want one on one help integrating the course material more deeply with their lives. This year the participants will have the option of taking the curriculum a bit further and having the support and accountability of a coach.
Playing Big is an incredible offering. Check out the interview here, check out the free information call on Thursday, and sign up if you’re ready to play bigger,
More info on Playing Big.
Sign up for the free info call on Thursday, January 19.