Topics We Explored:
- How to move through disappointment and live an inspired life by beginning again and again and again
- How the stories we tell ourselves are fiction, not fact, and are able to be changed, and how you can keep those stories from holding you back
- Why living your life instinctively can lead to a more rich, fulfilling life rather than trying to plan everything out
- What you can do to define what success looks like for you
- How you can take tiny steps to cultivate a loving relationship with yourself
“Sometimes it’s more honorable to be kind, and sometimes the kindness is to be fierce; choose deeper, go harder, and go to your edge.” – Tama Kieves (Tweet this)
Links and Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
- Tama Kieves
- Thriving Through Uncertainty by Tama Kieves
- This Time I Dance! by Tama Kieves
- Wind Horse
- A Course in Miracles
About Tama Kieves:
Tama Kieves is an honors graduate of Harvard Law School who left her law practice to write and help others discover and express the life they were born to live. She is the bestselling author of This Time I Dance! Creating the Work You Love, Inspired & Unstoppable: Wildly Succeeding in Your Life’s Work! and A Year without Fear: 365 Days of Magnificence. Featured in USA TODAY, as well as on ABC News, Oprah Radio, and other national media, she is a sought-after speaker and visionary career/success and inspired life coach, who has helped thousands world-wide to create extraordinary lives based in freedom instead of fear. She is known for her edgy humor, “real world” spirituality, warm compassion and the big possibilities she brings out in others. Tama is on the faculty of premier holistic learning institutes such as Omega and Esalen, and has presented at TEDx . Tama has also taught A Course in Miracles for over 28 years.
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