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Positive Mindset for Entrepreneurs from The Mind Aware

The Mind Aware Show is the podcast for go-getters, achievers, and entrepreneurs who are continually maximizing their lives.

Dana Wilde's podcast goes beyond normal mindset and positive thinking shows to delve into HOW successful people think on wealth, health, and more. Think T.Harv Eker crossed with Pat Flynn crossed with Abraham Hicks. On the show, host Dana Wilde, interviews today’s top thought leaders about how to intentionally and systematically change your mindset so you get better outcomes. Dana’s philosophy can be summarized like this: When you feel good … when you’re happy … you have a better life. You make better decisions. You FEEL like working. You FEEL like engaging. You make better connections. You are putting the best YOU forward. When you feel good, then success in all areas of your life is easier to achieve. Feel good. Act great. Dana is the bestselling author of Train Your Brain and was featured in the movie, The Abundance Factor with T.Harv Eker, John Assaraf, Bob Proctor, Vishen Lakhiani, Dr. Bruce Lipton, Jairek Robbins (Tony Robbin’s Son), and more. She has interviewed Jack Canfield, Dee Wallace, Joe Vitale, Dr. Daniel Amen, Sean Stephenson, Mari Smith, Lynne McTaggart, Shawn Achor, Bob Burg, Ryan Lee, John Lee Dumas, Lewis Howes, Janet Attwood, Dr. Paul Scheele, and HUNDREDS of others. How do successful people think? Find out in short, no-fluff interviews on The Mind Aware Show.

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Sep 5, 2016

Who:  Tara Mohr - Bestselling Author of Playing Big

What We Talked About:  How and why women are playing small and what to do about it.  Self-doubt, the need to be likeable, and lack of confidence hold great women with great ideas back. In this interview, Tara reveals three exercises to help you play a bigger game and step out into the world in a bigger way.

Why I Like Tara:  She speaks directly to the cultural training we’ve had as women.  She understands the psychological legacy with which we’ve all been raised.  

Great Line:  All good work is going to bring praise and criticism.

Where to Learn More:  http://www.taramohr.com


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