102: Slow Down To See The Blueprint Inside You | Business On Your Terms – TARA STILES

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Tara Stiles (@tarastiles) has had a huge impact on my life and career ever since the day I walked into Strala, her yoga studio in Soho, in 2012. Tara is who I got my yoga teacher training certification with, and I was lucky to make her a heart bowl breakfast and even share a recipe in “Make your own rules cookbook.”

Tara Stiles is one of the first people to start sharing yoga videos on YouTube, a bestselling author, and founder of a global yoga training business that’s radically different.

There is presence, ease and quiet wisdom about Tara, and I’m excited to share this business-focused conversation to you.

In this episode, we cover:

  • Why it’s important to carve your own path in business instead of a cookie cutter approach
  • How working at a Pizza Hut and doing ballet led Tara to yoga
  • Tara’s business trajectory and current business model of Strala Yoga
  • How she became one of the first yoga teachers on YouTube in 2007
  • How to overcome criticism and stand for what you believe in
  • How to make burnout impossible
  • Path of you over path of yoga
  • Trusting the unknown
  • Why to “find your thing” as a conscious entrepreneur, it’s important to release the need to “have a thing”
  • Why Tara said no to venture capital
  • The trap of social media and how to stay true to yourself
  • Social media as an open channel to being of service

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