TG Squared: Seattle

Leaning Into the Corners in Life & Business

Tanya Geisler and I know just how easy it is to hit the brakes on life’s windy roads. Whether it’s your business, your relationships, your career, or your own self care, it is possible to take the corners at speed and get where you want to go, when you want to get there.

Tanya and I are friends and colleagues who support each other–as well as a bevy of clients and students–in doing exactly that.

We’re known for our no-BS approach to growth and an insatiable desire for more.

We invite you to spend an intimate evening with us. We’ll be sharing from personal experiences, offering strategies on life & business, and fielding your no-holds-barred questions.

Where: Present Sense on Woodland Park Ave, Seattle
When: April 18 at 7pm
Who: Up to 25 women driven by the desire to step into their starring roles & make an impact

You’ll also enjoy plenty of snacks and networking with others taking life’s corners at full speed.

Tara Gentile SeattleTara Gentile is a business strategist for entrepreneurs making a difference through commerce. She’s a regular contributor to DailyWorth and a small business expert contributor to YFS Magazine. She was featured in the New York Times bestselling book, The $100 Startup, and named a Top Single-Voice Business Blog by bestselling author Jonathan Fields in 2012. Her philosophy on business in the You Economy resonates with PhDs, MBAs, and graduates of the school of life.

Tanya Geisler SeattleTanya Geisler is certified Life and Business Coach (CPCC, ACC) with a penchant for clarity. She’s coached hundreds of people who were ready to step into the starring roles of their lives. She wrote The Joy Pages, created Board of Your Life and the Step into Your Starring Role program, is a blogger for the wildly popular The Daily Love, has served as contributor and was featured in Canadian Living, and is an in-demand speaker who talks with great passion on all things joy, meaning and purpose. It is her indomitable belief that if everyone knew their own unique recipe for their personal brand of joy, they’d hold the key to shining in their life, in their work and in their life’s work.

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