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Creator of Heart Talk Yoga®, psychologist and yoga teacher Dr. Valerie Baker, interviews women who won't settle for anything less than living the life they were born to live and fully bringing their unique gifts into the world. Expect honest and raw conversations about what it really takes to stop settling and step into your destiny. We hope these stories give you the courage and inspiration--as well as some helpful tips and tools--to overcome your biggest challenges, reclaim your gifts, and get fully in charge of your life. Because we believe that a woman in charge of her life changes the world. Do you?
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She who dares wins: Surviving an abusive relationship, a tsunami, and building 2 businesses as a single mom
Tanya Targett’s Blog Tanya Targett has lived through terrifying dark times, experiencing domestic violence, a tsunami, clinical depression, and mini-strokes. However, these experiences have fostered an inward journey, of better understanding herself, her values, and her mantra. Today she is thankful for the life that she has lived, and is proud to call herself a successful entrepreneur, single mom and publicity trainer. “She Who Dares Wins” What was you call to adventure? My dad was in the British SAS. The SAS motto is “He Who Dares Wins”. But I always changed that to “She Who Dares Wins” [T]. I didn’t want to join the military or I didn't want to chase bad people in the military with weaponry. My weapon was pen. I was going to take bad guys by writing stories. There became an investigative unit. I managed to get in there, and I really did chase some bad guys. I uncovered pedophile priests, I went under cover and hid under upturned boats to spy on politicians and got threatened with arrest by federal police. As a reporter, I would drive into the eye of the storm, instead of away from the eye of a storm. [IG] I kept going because I had it in my blood. “She who dares wins” and that’s always become my mantra. Why not me? When I was in year 12 I decided I wanted to be a journalist. My English teacher tried to talk me out of it, because it’s very hard to get a job as a reporter. But that’s never dissuaded me. My attitude has always been, “Someone’s got to get the job, why not me?” [T]