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Quitting: How to know if it’s time and how to let go when you do – Glimpse TV w/ Tanya Geisler

wds_voodooNearly a year ago I interviewed the beautiful, talented, and hysterically funny Tanya Geisler at the World Domination Summit (WDS).

(That’s us tasting ridiculous doughnuts — Tanya’s the one in pink.)

This interview is quite unlike any other Glimpse TV episode because:

In true Glimpse TV fashion, you are getting a raw, uncut, authentic conversation between this brilliant coach, and yours truly.

Plus, you’ll get a peek at the totally awkward first version of the interview we did if you watch through to the end. There was still some really good content in there for you, so I had to keep it in.

Tanya not only offers up tremendous amounts of compassion and soul, she’s also highly practical. I love that about her.

Here’s what you’re going to get in this episode of Glimpse TV:

Click on the video below to tune in to the episode!

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Got any tips for overcoming FOMO (watch the video to find out what this is)? How do YOU know when it’s time to quit and how do you move on with grace? Leave a comment below and share with us. Tanya and I would love to hear what you’ve got!

Connect with Tanya:


Click here to watch Tanya’s TEDx talk on Owning Our Authority – it’s brilliant!

Click here to find out about her next casting call for her program, Step Into Your Starring Role.

Click here to learn more about Board of Your Life.

Plus . . . I promised I’d include a link to the Communicatrix’s famous video, The Boulder. This makes me pee my pants laughing every time (kind of like hanging out with Tanya).

Here it is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ysh7ZxWew-M




  • Annie says:

    This was highly amusing and also informative and inspiring! Loved it.
    Tips for overcoming FOMO:
    – for me, leaving my main hub (NYC for the past 10 yrs) for weeks or months at a time and exploring a different environment really helps – I get to see how there’s so much going on in different places and also great people everywhere I go
    – doing spiritual practices that help me tune into my own path first and foremost
    – actually, in keeping with Tanya’s “starring in the production of your own life” metaphor, since I have been doing theater for such a long time, pretty early on I realized that sometimes when I was rehearsing or performing in a show I would be missing seeing some of my friends’ shows, and I’ve used that metaphor for other parts of my life, reminding myself that sometimes it’s time for me to work on my own show/my own work/my own path and that may mean missing out on some external stuff sometimes and that’s okay and right and important

    When it’s time to quit:
    This one’s a little trickier for me, but I’d say a couple signs that have occurred for me from time to time are: If I’m completely and utterly exhausted, or if I get sick (sometimes you have to push through that and just show up but sometimes it’s your body telling you to quit).


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