Is it possible for me to be any more in love with Tanya Geisler than I am? No. No it is not.
I was thrilled to be able to interview Tanya for this week’s show. In the interview, we talk about Tanya’s work with the think that I think is the biggest threat to creative women: the Imposter Complex. And the conversation is so good! This stuff is crazy important and I am so grateful to Tanya for speaking about it in such a true and encouraging way.
Tanya, you are a light and a gift to this world. Thank you.
Full episode (Right-click to download)
Connect with Tanya: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram
Tanya’s TedX talk: Owning our Authority
Step into your Starring Role
Imposter Syndrome on Wikipedia
Rob Brezsny’s Free Will Astrology
LOVE LOVE LOVE this podcast, Tiffany! Tanya is so encouraging – thanks so much for interviewing her. You also made me squeal when you talked about Rob Brezsny’s Pronoia concept – I’ve been a huge fan of FWA for years and quote his book like a crazy person. ♥
You’re so welcome Stephanie! And isn’t TG just the absolute greatest? And yes to FWA!!
Oooooooh Darling One.What pure delight this interview was. Delightful and MEANINGFUL. Just how we roll.
Thank you so much for sharing me with your beloved peeps. I’m deeply honoured.
Oh, you. Thank YOU for sharing it all with us and the world. It’s good stuff right here. Pure gold. Can’t wait to have you back on the show!
Tiffany- your interviews are so inspiring and this one brought tears to my eyes! Thank you and Tanya for encouraging women to let go of the nagging critic and embrace what makes us tick. Bravo! I will be listening to more of your talks.
Thank you, Stephanie, and I’m so glad!
Oh Stephanie…those tears. I know them well. The moment the pain gets NAMED, it can begin to be transformed, transmuted into something useful. May that be your experience you, Love.You’ll enjoy spending more time w/ Tiffany and her guests. She’s the full goods.
Tiffany and Tanya- yes! It is the flood of recognition that brings them on. It’s always like…”Hey that’s me! I’ve felt that before. I see myself in this.” It happens all the time, especially when I’m doing yoga, talking with like-minded people, or listening to music. It’s beautiful. It lets me know that there’s more under the surface to lean into. It makes me ask questions. It makes me smile because it is the truth. SL