Are You Ready to Play Big?

Jan 17, 2012

You know how you “meet” someone through the interwebs, then you really meet in the flesh and maybe you are a little… underwhelmed? Or even a little… aghast?

That is so not what happened when I finally meet Tara Sophia Mohr. Instead I felt like so lucky, as in “Oh my, really? A heart friend!” Jump up and down!

Then she came to my Taos writing retreat and bam! Cement friends.

She’s the real deal – inner and outer smart. Gifted. Truthful. Super insightful. LOVE love love the coaching I receive from her.

I highly recommend her signature program for women who are ready to get out of their own way. It’s called Playing Big.

And Tara highly recommends TeachNow – she took it twice!  But don’t take my word for it – watch us here, cracking each other up,  sharing a couple of epiphanies, and don’t miss when I become an abstract painting. (Not easy to do, let me tell you.)

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Click the play button and share a couple of fun minutes with us!

P.S. Registration for TeachNow closes this Wednesday and Playing Big closes January 24th.

I finally said the words “…I’ve trained long enough. I can help people now, without another workshop, another class, or another certification. People are waiting for me to bring this to them. I start today’. The phone hasn’t stopped ringing. Playing Big has brought me the peace and wisdom I needed to live from my native bliss and beauty. It has changed my life forever. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you Tara!  ~ Marjie

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