Tama Kieves, an honors graduate of Harvard Law School, left a corporate law practice to write and embolden others to live their deepest desires. She is a sought-after speaker and visionary career coach who has helped thousands to discover and launch the life, calling, and business of their dreams. She is the best-selling author of This Time I Dance! Creating the Work You Love and Inspired & Unstoppable: Wildly Succeeding in your Life’s Work!
Embrace Your Surprising Joy: Pursuing the Work You Love
We are living in inspired times. While the job market and economy are always changing, there is still a path of deep security. It’s your calling. You were born to excel in the work you love. It doesn’t matter if you don’t know how to find your calling or live it. You brain might never know. But your instincts know nothing else.
Three Tips to Succeed in Your Life's Work
Tama Kieves, guest blogger You may not know what you’d love to do. Or you may be in the thick of living your passion, but want to take your dream to the...
In Times of Change, Wild Magic is Afoot
We live in crackling times.
Every Choice Is a Risk, Except the Right One
There is no risk-free life. You only get to choose which risk you'll take.
Following Your Bliss—with Eyes Open
Think about it: If we’re spending most of our waking hours doing things that we don’t want to be doing, how much bliss can we possibly find?
Set Your Life on Fire: Follow Your Heart Instead of Your Head
This year, follow your heart instead of your head.
An Unmistakable Invitation to a New Life
I used to feel sad when trees lost their leaves. Now I see it as a time of abundance and power.
Any Road Will Take You in the Right Direction
An excerpt from the new book, Inspired & Unstoppable: Wildly Succeeding In Your Life’s Work!
Following Your Heart No Matter What
This empowering article is designed to move your commitment to your deepest passions and soul callings to the fore. Drawing from her own inspiring story and those of her clients, author, teacher, and career coach Tama J. Kieves invites each of us to follow what we know to be true in our heart of hearts, despite the sometimes overwhelming presence of personal fears and societal pressures.
Why Failing Is Good for You
Life lessons on the yogic path by Jennifer Mattson, guest blogger “If you're not failing, you're not trying anything.” —Woody Allen Nobody likes to fail. But...
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