How I’m NOT writing a book – and why you’re invited!!!

 

How I’m NOT writing a book – and why you’re invited!!

Posted by Tara Sage on Tuesday, July 21, 2020

 

I made this video for you while in Taos, New Mexico.

In it, I share:

    √ A great big dose of high-desert soul soothing goodness

    √ A true confession about something I do in my sleep

    √ An invitation to join my unique new project

    √ How I’m rewriting the rules – and how you can too!

Click HERE for all the details and to join!

Big love,

Tara

 

Breaking the Mold on Coaching

Breaking the Mold on Coaching

“High-level coaching does not have to be cost prohibitive to be life changing.”

I do things differently than most coaches in the industry.

Through my company, Tara Sage Inc., I offer several comprehensive signature coaching programs:

The Dream Acceleration™ Program

The Speak Up™ Program

Nomadic Living 101 

… to name a few.

I provide in-depth seminars and trainings, both online and in person events.  

If you haven’t already, my FREE Dream Acceleration Strategies video training is a good one to grab, for sure.

And I offer Private Coaching. 

Most of my clients come from other clients.

Client referrals are and (since in 2004) have been, the primary source – like, 80% – of how I attract new clients into my business. Most people find me and my programs because someone they know recommended they connect with me.  

Referrals really are the best testimonial. 

Here’s an example of an email introduction made from a past client recommending that the woman she knows connect with me.

She wrote:

“I told you about the difference that Tara Sage has made for my business. She truly is a dream acceleration coach, listens deeply for what wants to come to light for her clients, is a brilliant life hack expert and knows how to create organic workflows, compelling messages and teaches how to enroll clients gracefully and effectively.

With her help I was able to double my income and generate my best revenue year ever – and I didn’t kill myself in the process and had fun with it. Her first 30-minutes are at no charge and you will have an opportunity to unlock something of value even in that initial engagement.”

Claim this session here >>> www.sessionwithtara.com 

Private coaching obviously provides the most customized and personal level support, but something I’ve consistently heard from folks who are in my signature coaching programs (The Dream Acceleration Program in particular), is how unique it is to find such affordable content-rich coaching programs that INCLUDE built-in personal customized private support.

 

The industry standard is that you usually get one OR the other – not both.

But anyone who knows me knows, I’m a BOTH/AND kind of person.

I re-write the rules.

I manifest new horizons.

I color outside the lines.

I don’t accept that things have to keep being done the way they’ve historically been done.

I always see new avenues and opportunities to create results.

I love finding new ways to break old molds.

I set and create my own standards about what’s possible.

I’m told that this is rather contagious. 😉

My clients quickly start seeing new opportunities where they thought there weren’t any.

They start having courageous breakthroughs in behavior patterns.

Narrow limited views suddenly open up to become broad, vast and expansive.

Possibilities they never considered before, or that seemed impossible, rapidly start coming into focus.

I love finding new ways to do things better.

And I’m fierce about my clients’ success.

As a rule, I don’t hold back on what I know will make the biggest difference for them.

Private 1:1 Coaching + Comprehensive anytime-access to invaluable at-your-fingertips content = The magic mix.  

It’s the java juice, the secret sauce, the dynamic duo.

This supercharged combination is the potent pairing that gets results.

I say this from my years of experience, integral Masters level education, and many many many hours of coaching individuals, people spanning four continents.

Customized support + timeless universal wisdom = the winning combination. 

This is what makes all the difference for you, your goals, your dreams, and your success.

Working in this way, I am able to provide high-level coaching without it being cost prohibitive.

High level coaching does NOT have to be cost prohibitive to be life changing!

This Is For You IF: 

==> You are motivated and ready to build a life and/or business that delights you …. a life that you can’t wait to get-up-and-out-of-bed-for in the morning … a life that you won’t need a vacation from.

==> You are tired of the status quo and part of you is crying out, longing to be lived, eager for a new level of experience, because you know there has GOT to be a better way.

==> You are ready to align your thoughts, words, and actions with the life you so deeply desire.

==> You want content-rich support from a coach who “gets it”, who explains things clearly, and who provides exactly what you need when you need it to achieve your goals and dreams (and keep on achieving new ones).

==> You have a “can do” attitude, you’ve had it with excuses and feeling stuck.

==> You understand the value of support, and you want to be shown exactly how to create more joy, ease, grace, and abundance – quickly and sustainably.

==> You are ready to amp up your courage, ready to be brave and supported throughout the entire process, to step up and into creating the life that you KNOW (in your heart of hearts) that somehow, someway, you are capable of.

Ready to explore how YOU can benefit from a customized coaching experience?

Here’s the next step: Click here to claim a time on my calendar. 

Let’s map out the exact best strategy that is going to be most relevant and helpful to YOU, your goals, and dreams.  We’ll take it one step at a time.

You know when something is for you.

If you feel called to learn more and connect about this truly transformative opportunity, go now to www.SessionwithTara.com and schedule a time for your free session.

A real-time, two-way conversation. (My favorite kind.)

Talk soon!

,

Tara Sage

PS – If this is not for you, but you understand and appreciate the power of high-level coaching, consider this a good-karma opportunity to share this with others. Who do you know that could benefit from high-level, private, comprehensive, cost-effective, custom-designed, transformative expert support? I always ask new clients how they heard about my work, and as a referral-based business I make a point to show my gratitude for each and every referral received. 🙂

Make the story GOOD.

What makes a life well lived?

Six months after embarking on a nomadic living experiment (turned lifestyle), I made this video, reminiscing about apartment living and stresses of the lifestyle I used to live … while sitting on one of my favorite beaches exploring ideas about what makes a well-lived life.

I think it’ll make you smile and maybe even learn something.  Enjoy!

Have you grown accustomed to a bit too much of the same-old-same-old?  Routines can provide comfort and stability, but they can also cause your mind – and your life – to go into autopilot.

You don’t have to settle for status quo expectations and life on autopilot.

This doesn’t need to feel mysterious. Apply these simple powerful strategies and you can make your life what you dream it can be. Life so good you can’t wait to get up and out of bed for it in the morning…

And it’s my gift to YOU >>> Claim the FREE Dream Acceleration Strategies training video I made – with love and behavior modification know-how.  😁

Claim it now and start today to put these 9 simple powerful strategies to work for YOU on behalf of your best, most story-worthy life!  (You’re welcome.)

 

xo

Tara Sage

The 8-Day Countdown to Nomadic Living

Greetings from the road!

Modeled after an 8-day countdown I shared on Facebook as it was happening (in 2017), here’s the highlight reel of my 8-day Nomadic Living Countdown.

To say that there was a lot involved in planning for such a major downsizing, would be an understatement. Going from apartment living, to my boyfriend, dog, and I all moving into a 20 foot RV was no. small. undertaking. (Spoiler alert: One year later, we upsized to a 27′ Airstream.)

The process required very real focus and attention to downsize, organize, pack and prepare for our Nomadic Living Experiment. And we did it all in 60 days!

We were motivated and up for the challenge.

While Nomadic Living is not for everyone, a growing number of people are redefining home and embarking on a location independent way of life.

Can you relate to feeling a degree of restlessness?

Is your heart longing for adventure and newness?

Perhaps you’ve grown accustomed to the same-old-same-old: taking the same route to work, to the gym, to the grocery store … going to the same places, with the same people…

While routines can provide comfort and stability, they can also cause your mind – and your life – to go into autopilot.

Whether you choose to hit the road or not, you don’t have to settle for status quo expectations and life on autopilot.

With just a few small powerful shifts, you can create a life you can’t wait to get-up-and-out-of-bed-for-in-the-morning. As my gift to YOU, I created this FREE Dream Acceleration Strategies video training – made with love and behavior modification know-how so that you too can start taking steps today to create a life you love. 😉 Claim it now and get started today to fast-track your dreams. (You’re welcome.)

Here’s the synopsis of my 8-day Nomadic Living Downsizing Countdown:

8 Days From Nomadic Living: A Downsizing Micro-Glimpse 

With the downsizing and packing process well underway, I paused to catch my breath. This bag of tea is a micro-glimpse of my process. I went from an abundant tea selection, with many boxes of tea stacked in my kitchen cabinet, to one single consolidated zip-lock bag. With just one week to go, I spent an entire Saturday sorting and clearing “everything kitchen”. Tea was one of so many things I needed to sort through from my kitchen, but bit by bit… it got done.

 

7 Days From Nomadic Living: Moving Sale

The 7 day count-down! After sorting, sorting and more sorting … I had set aside my final few irreplaceable items for storage (original art, family photo albums, for example). I posted a moving sale sign by the elevator in my building. It listed the last of the things I had yet to sell. (Much of it sold. Whatever was left, I donated.)

6 Days From Nomadic Living: Decision Fatigue

I find that the most difficult decisions to make are often the ones that don’t really matter but that you need to make anyway. Do you agree? I was definitely feeling decision fatigue as I made countless micro-decisions … which pots to pack …. what spices to take … which socks  … which kitchen utensils … toiletries … etc.. etc… and, even more daunting for me was deciding where each item I wasn’t taking was going … sell? recycle? donate? … and if for sale, for how much? … where and to whom?

You feel me? I was knackered. I put out a call for some positive juju and energetic support as I sorted through the stuff of downsizing. While super excited to simplify and have less – I won’t sugarcoat it – the process of getting there took a lot out of me.

But, one decision at a time, I did it. And I’m SO glad I did.

5 Days From Nomadic Living: Giving Love Away

With just 5 days remaining, I hit a turning point. I went from battling decision fatigue, to surrendering.

Instead of wanting to sell things, I wished I could just beam it ALL to donation. For starters, I gave ‘Love’ (and a few others items) away. I delighted in doing so, as a metaphor in motion. Really, isn’t that what it’s all about?  I literally gave “LOVE” for free and it felt good.  🙂

 

4 Days From Nomadic Living: Farewell Pistachio!

With a sense of nostalgia, I sold my little Fiat who I had named Pistachio. I bought Pistachio 2.5 years prior, just days after moving to the DC area. Fun to drive and cute as can be, I loved being able park in spaces that no one else could fit in.

One time, a man standing on a nearby curb watched me parallel park and stood on the curb clapping for me after I fit into an incredibly tight parking spot. I bowed when I got out of the car. 🙂

Pistachio and I also took to the highways, on road trips south to Florida and north to Rhode Island. Here I was, just days from Nomadic Living, and it was time we parted. Farewell, Pistachio … and thank you! Maybe I’ll see you on the road.

 

3 Days From Nomadic Living: We Put The Cart Before The Horse

Here’s a quick story about when Carl and I went to the RV dealership and purchased our “condo on wheels”. While learning about the weight of the unit, the towing info, etc., the sales guy asked, “What do you drive?” and in unison we answered:

“Fiat” “Prius” !

Maybe you had to be there … but it was a funny moment.

Here we were, looking to buy an RV with two vehicles that obviously weren’t going to tow it.

That day, we purchased our (starter) RV travel trailer and drove off – in the Prius.

With a ‘Sold’ sign in the window, our little RV was awaiting our return to pick it up.

In other words, we literally put the cart before the horse! Arguably not a rational logical move but, hey, not all good decisions are rational decisions.

We put into practice what, in coaching with my clients, I refer to as ‘Quantum Leaping a Dream’. By, quite literally, putting the cart before the horse, we took a big ol’ leap of faith. We dove into the deep end and teamed up to do something that neither one of us had done before.

Our decision to put the cart before the horse, ensured that we would figure out what we needed to figure out, and gallop our way back to hitch our cart. And that’s exactly what we did. We sold our Fiat/Prius. And our little RV got it’s horse.

*** What Quantum Leap are you dreaming up for your own life? What dream is stirring within YOUR heart just waiting for YOU to leap?

I’d love to hear all about it. >>  Go here to claim a complimentary session and let’s explore the possibilities together!

2 Days From Nomadic Living: See You Later

Any friend who helps you carry boxes and drop stuff off at Salvation Army, is the real deal.

Just a few weeks after moving to the DC area, while out salsa dancing, I met Laura. We had chatted briefly between songs. When later that night she saw me leaving, she yelled goodbye, waving vigorously at me from a balcony. I knew then and there, we’d be friends. A few weeks later, we went for a 3-hour kayak conversation (much more talking than rowing) and it was a friendship made.

Just 2 days away from nomadic living, Laura came over and helped me move. I gave her the grand tour of our 20′ condo on wheels, and we ate take-out at the dinette table. We also took this “see you later” selfie (no goodbyes).

I’m so glad our paths have crossed. And I know they will again. True friendship transcends time and space.

 

1 Day From Nomadic Living: How Long Things Take 

Carl and I spent our last night in the almost empty apartment after a busy day of too many tasks to name, all on the heels of a late night out dancing (we, too, met on a salsa dance floor). We accomplished a lot that day and sleep felt like a true reward.

After months of planning and preparation, it was exciting to be less than 24 hours away from the kick-off of our nomadic lifestyle. Knowing that by this time tomorrow, we’d be fully moved out of the apartment and starting on our RV living journey, was definitely exhilarating.

Big life changes are rarely made overnight. They take time and they require planning and preparation.

Generally speaking, the bigger the change, the more planning and preparation is needed. But, how long?

How do YOU determine how long things will take?

As a rule of thumb, I find that when it comes to getting big, daunting tasks and projects done …. things take exactly as long as you have for them.

Knowing and learning to trust this, is a bit like having a superpower.

We did it in 60 days. Once the deadline was set, we got to work, trusting that the time we had was exactly the time we needed.

A favorite personal mantras of mine is “Time expands for me.” I tell myself this (on repeat, until I believe it) especially when I’m feeling like the time I have is shorter than the time I need. And, lo and behold, it all gets done.

On the eve of this great new adventure, having certainly wondered and felt concerned about whether we’d pull it off and get everything done and ready to go in time — I went to bed feeling confident, a knowing in my soul: we got this.

What about YOU? How long do things take?

Do you find that things take as long as you have for them?

How do YOU ensure that tasks and projects get done, done well, and efficiently?

One of my favorite testimonials we’ve received about our Nomadic Living 101 Program is this:

“Thanks to Nomadic Living 101, the start date on my dream of living a nomadic RV lifestyle, has been bumped up … from 5 years, to next April!” – Jody Held

I love helping people surprise themselves and make their dreams come true much faster than they had anticipated.  🙂

November 5th, 2017: The Nomadic Journey Began

Farewell apartment 207 – and thank you. Onward and upward!

Now, several year in to this lifestyle, we see no end in sight and get to help others live it too!

Curious? Learn more at www.NomadicLiving101.com.

xo

Tara Sage

Does Your Life Reflect Your Personal Philosophy?

Does Your Life Reflect Your Personal Philosophy?

Let’s start with this basic truth:

If your life is out of alignment with what’s truly important to you, it’s always going to feel icky.

Check in with yourself.

==> Are YOU feeling angst about an endless list of “to dos”? 

==> Do you own a bunch of “stuff”, much of which does nothing for your soul?

==> Ever feel like you’re caught in a status quo race to a finish line your heart really isn’t in?

If you see yourself in any of this, it can be hard to let yourself see it. It can be scary to admit.  But, trite as it may sound, only the truth can set you free.

It’s time to be really honest with yourself.

No, you’re not alone … though there’s no real comfort in that. Knowing that others also feel “icky”, does not help you one bit.

*** Let’s do far better than that. ****

Because until this changes, you’re never going to experience the true freedom that life has to offer.  And it’s never too late to start. 

Take this a little quiz:

Which of the following best describes YOUR personal philosophy?

1. Resourcefulness and efficiency rule.
2. Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.
3. Bigger is always better.
4. Luxury at all costs.

In our comprehensive Nomadic Living 101 Program, we include this question in our Module 5 assessment. It’s just one of the tools we use to help our members get clear on which of the following is their number one priority: Affordability, Versatility, Simplicity or Luxury.

Module 5 is titled ‘Wheel Estate: Selecting the RV that’s Right for You’ … and choosing an RV isn’t unlike other life decisions. Like everything, selecting an RV can be done in a way that’s aligned with your priorities, or it can be done in a way that’s misaligned with your priorities.

Unlike an RV dealership, we are not here to sell you an RV.  

Our sole intention is to help you hit the road, and to do so in the most aligned, sustainable, fun way – for YOU.

It’s all about learning what you need to learn, and finding what’s right for you.

This is a journey that applies both on and off the road. We help you figure this out.  It all starts with clarifying your true priorities. 

Once you’re crystal clear on your priorities, make aligned decisions, and take aligned action to support those decision … life rapidly gets better.

Simple? Yes.

Easy? Not necessarily.

There’s no one-size-fits-all answer. It’s all about getting to the bottom of what’s best for you, what’s true for you, what’s unique to you, and setting yourself up with the support that is going to best help you create this, ASAP.

This is what we help you do. 

It’s about doing life your way, owning what’s truly important to you, and putting the wheels in motion (get it? 🙂 ) to create and live a life you love so much you’ll never need a vacation.

So, how does YOUR life reflect your personal philosophy?

Which areas of your life do you recognize are out of alignment with your personal philosophy?
What changes do you see need to be made to live your truth, your way, every minute of every day?

Ready for 1:1 support to put you on the fast-track? Let’s chat. >>>> The right support can make all the difference.

 

On Being a 43-year-old “Girl” Speaker in a Male Dominated Industry

On Being a 43-year-old “Girl” Speaker in a Male Dominated Industry

Well … this 43-year-old “girl”, professional speaker, digital nomad pioneer, and business owner of 14+ years who presented 5x in 5 days to audiences of 200+ per day … was amused that he would use his stage in this way.

Unprofessional at best.

While I’m not sure who said them, two quotes came to mind for me in that moment:

1.) “You never look good trying to make someone else look bad.”

and,

2.) “There’s no such thing as bad publicity.”

Unlike most other RV trainers and speakers who focus only on the mechanics of things and don’t address the real, practical issues related to RV life, I speak and coach and teach on all the thing … from finances, meals, health, relationships, safety, and so much more.

After I delivered my speech at the Supershow each day, my partner Carl joined me on stage for the Q & A portion and together we answered all kinds of questions:

>> How do you get your mail? >> How long do you generally stay in one place, and why? >> What advice do you have about downsizing? >> Why did you choose the RV you did? … etc…

Another notable difference is that most RV trainers in the industry are gray-haired white men, as was the man who chose to speak about me from his stage.

Thankfully, he of course does not represent all seasoned RV professionals.

Imagine my delight after receiving this today from Dave, the Florida RV Supershow Director who took the risk to have Carl and I as new presenters:

“Tara and Carl bring so much experience and knowledge to living on the road and that really comes across in their seminar. This was the first year we included Nomadic Living as a topic at the Florida RV Supershow in Tampa, and based on the size of the crowds alone, it was a hit!

Raving evaluation forms show the audience really liked the topic, the information, and the way it was presented. Tara and Carl bring their first-hand knowledge to a lifestyle that many people are interested in as possessions are being scaled back in exchange for life experiences. I recommend including this seminar in your lineup and I look forward to having Tara and Carl return as Supershow presenters in the future.”

~ Dave Kelly, FRVTA Marketing Director

We are excited and determined to be actively changing the narrative and helping woman and couples of all ages to experience the freedom of Nomadic Living.

 

And, oh, we are just getting started….

TALK TO ME:

==> Are YOU a woman in a male-dominated industry?

==> How do you respond when someone uses their “stage” or their “office” or their platform to try to belittle you or make you look bad or incompetent?

==> Are you amused? Are you angry? Perhaps a bit of both?

Want to live and work from anywhere?  Grab this free video training where I share the three strategies that will make the transition easy and get you road-ready for the journey of a lifetime!  HOW TO GET STARTED WITH NOMADIC LIVING + THREE STRATEGIES THAT WILL MAKE YOUR TRANSITION EASY

 

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After much thought, preparation, practice and planning, I stood on stage as the only female speaker at the 2019 Florida RV Supershow a few weeks ago, presenting on the topic of Nomadic Living.

Making my way into a male dominated industry has definitely been interesting and, for the most part, it’s honestly been delightful. As a whole, my experience of RV culture has been that it’s full of kind, generous, friendly people.

That said … I had one rather unsavory experience that, I think, is important to share.

On this particular morning, after having presented my Nomadic Living seminar (I had the 10am spot, for 5 consecutive days) I walked into the seminar room, both to hear one of the other seminar speakers present, and to collect any of my remaining flyers while I was there.

As I walked in, the man at the front of the room was talking about ME.  

During his introduction, he remarked, “The girl who leads the morning seminar didn’t clean up after herself. There are flyers on your seat that are of no use to you.” <<< word for word.

I was stunned, and a bit irked. But, more than anything, I was amused.

While there were flyers for all kinds of things in the room (mechanical resources, RV tour companies, and the like) he made a point to mention mine – and me.

Well … this 43-year-old “girl”, professional speaker, digital nomad pioneer, and business owner of 14+ years who presented 5x in 5 days to audiences of 200+ per day … was amused that he would use his stage in this way.

Unprofessional at best.

While I’m not sure who said them, two quotes came to mind for me in that moment:

1.) “You never look good trying to make someone else look bad.”

and,

2.) “There’s no such thing as bad publicity.”

Unlike most other RV trainers and speakers who focus only on the mechanics of things and don’t address the real, practical issues related to RV life, I speak and coach and teach on all the thing … from finances, meals, health, relationships, safety, and so much more.

After I delivered my speech at the Supershow each day, my partner Carl joined me on stage for the Q & A portion and together we answered all kinds of questions:

>> How do you get your mail? >> How long do you generally stay in one place, and why? >> What advice do you have about downsizing? >> Why did you choose the RV you did? … etc…

Another notable difference is that most RV trainers in the industry are gray-haired white men, as was the man who chose to speak about me from his stage.

Thankfully, he of course does not represent all seasoned RV professionals.

Imagine my delight after receiving this today from Dave, the Florida RV Supershow Director who took the risk to have Carl and I as new presenters:

“Tara and Carl bring so much experience and knowledge to living on the road and that really comes across in their seminar. This was the first year we included Nomadic Living as a topic at the Florida RV Supershow in Tampa, and based on the size of the crowds alone, it was a hit!

Raving evaluation forms show the audience really liked the topic, the information, and the way it was presented. Tara and Carl bring their first-hand knowledge to a lifestyle that many people are interested in as possessions are being scaled back in exchange for life experiences. I recommend including this seminar in your lineup and I look forward to having Tara and Carl return as Supershow presenters in the future.”

~ Dave Kelly, FRVTA Marketing Director

We are excited and determined to be actively changing the narrative and helping woman and couples of all ages to experience the freedom of Nomadic Living.

 

And, oh, we are just getting started….

TALK TO ME:

==> Are YOU a woman in a male-dominated industry?

==> How do you respond when someone uses their “stage” or their “office” or their platform to try to belittle you or make you look bad or incompetent?

==> Are you amused? Are you angry? Perhaps a bit of both?

Want to live and work from anywhere?  Grab this free video training where I share the three strategies that will make the transition easy and get you road-ready for the journey of a lifetime!  HOW TO GET STARTED WITH NOMADIC LIVING + THREE STRATEGIES THAT WILL MAKE YOUR TRANSITION EASY

 

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After much thought, preparation, practice and planning, I stood on stage as the only female speaker at the 2019 Florida RV Supershow a few weeks ago, presenting on the topic of Nomadic Living.

Making my way into a male dominated industry has definitely been interesting and, for the most part, it’s honestly been delightful. As a whole, my experience of RV culture has been that it’s full of kind, generous, friendly people.

That said … I had one rather unsavory experience that, I think, is important to share.

On this particular morning, after having presented my Nomadic Living seminar (I had the 10am spot, for 5 consecutive days) I walked into the seminar room, both to hear one of the other seminar speakers present, and to collect any of my remaining flyers while I was there.

As I walked in, the man at the front of the room was talking about ME.  

During his introduction, he remarked, “The girl who leads the morning seminar didn’t clean up after herself. There are flyers on your seat that are of no use to you.” <<< word for word.

I was stunned, and a bit irked. But, more than anything, I was amused.

While there were flyers for all kinds of things in the room (mechanical resources, RV tour companies, and the like) he made a point to mention mine – and me.

Well … this 43-year-old “girl”, professional speaker, digital nomad pioneer, and business owner of 14+ years who presented 5x in 5 days to audiences of 200+ per day … was amused that he would use his stage in this way.

Unprofessional at best.

While I’m not sure who said them, two quotes came to mind for me in that moment:

1.) “You never look good trying to make someone else look bad.”

and,

2.) “There’s no such thing as bad publicity.”

Unlike most other RV trainers and speakers who focus only on the mechanics of things and don’t address the real, practical issues related to RV life, I speak and coach and teach on all the thing … from finances, meals, health, relationships, safety, and so much more.

After I delivered my speech at the Supershow each day, my partner Carl joined me on stage for the Q & A portion and together we answered all kinds of questions:

>> How do you get your mail? >> How long do you generally stay in one place, and why? >> What advice do you have about downsizing? >> Why did you choose the RV you did? … etc…

Another notable difference is that most RV trainers in the industry are gray-haired white men, as was the man who chose to speak about me from his stage.

Thankfully, he of course does not represent all seasoned RV professionals.

Imagine my delight after receiving this today from Dave, the Florida RV Supershow Director who took the risk to have Carl and I as new presenters:

“Tara and Carl bring so much experience and knowledge to living on the road and that really comes across in their seminar. This was the first year we included Nomadic Living as a topic at the Florida RV Supershow in Tampa, and based on the size of the crowds alone, it was a hit!

Raving evaluation forms show the audience really liked the topic, the information, and the way it was presented. Tara and Carl bring their first-hand knowledge to a lifestyle that many people are interested in as possessions are being scaled back in exchange for life experiences. I recommend including this seminar in your lineup and I look forward to having Tara and Carl return as Supershow presenters in the future.”

~ Dave Kelly, FRVTA Marketing Director

We are excited and determined to be actively changing the narrative and helping woman and couples of all ages to experience the freedom of Nomadic Living.

 

And, oh, we are just getting started….

TALK TO ME:

==> Are YOU a woman in a male-dominated industry?

==> How do you respond when someone uses their “stage” or their “office” or their platform to try to belittle you or make you look bad or incompetent?

==> Are you amused? Are you angry? Perhaps a bit of both?

Want to live and work from anywhere?  Grab this free video training where I share the three strategies that will make the transition easy and get you road-ready for the journey of a lifetime!  HOW TO GET STARTED WITH NOMADIC LIVING + THREE STRATEGIES THAT WILL MAKE YOUR TRANSITION EASY