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Sometimes you can have
too much of a good thing…
As a generous person, you are used to giving 150% at everything you do, but you might also be feeling like…
You don’t need help because there are other people who need more than you.
You can’t complain because your problems are first world problems.
You only have yourself to blame because you accept responsibility for your actions and focus on what you have control over.
You aren’t getting your own work done because you have a hard time saying “no” to people who ask you for help throughout the day.
You are drained when you get home at the end of the day and 24 hours often feels like 2 or 3 days could have passed between morning and evening.
Most of all, you’re wondering if there is anyone else out there like you.
What you might be experiencing is Generosity Fatigue. There is science to prove that being generous has a number of health and happiness benefits, but for some people, you’re already naturally generous so when you give more you are actually over-drawing your generosity bank account. Luckily, there are a few skills you can learn that will help you manage your generosity so you can get ahead (and even thrive!) without quitting giving all together.
Here’s the first one to get you started:
You have permission to stop doing everything all by yourself.
It’s okay to ask for help!
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Hi! I’m Tara.
I’m an over-giving critical care nurse turned public relations agency founder.
I know, those two things don’t seem like they go together so let me give you the short version of the story…
I spent 10 years working as a critical care nurse and I realized I have a knack for:
translating what doctors were saying into words that patients and families could use to make informed decisions;
helping families communicate with one another during stressful and vulnerable times; and
helping people who had been in tragic accidents bounce back from rock bottom into a life where they felt truly happy (even if their accident had left them disabled).
So, I moved to New York City and decided to see how I could meet people when they are thriving with the hope that nobody would have to hit rock bottom in order to be happy. When I got here, I started a coaching practice and managed to get featured in the media every 2 weeks for 2 years. After that I became a sought after publicity strategist and so I founded Rae Media Group in 2018.
I continue to coach, speak, and write about what I’ve learned so I can help more generous people, like you, who just want to help others understand how they can change the world and help themselves by harnessing your generosity so you live in the sweet spot of success. To me, that’s the real zone of genius.
My Area of Expertise is Rooted in
Applied Emotional Intelligence Principles, specifically:
Social Awareness & Relationship Management
As it relates to 2 Categories:
Learning and development
Pricing & Positioning
I actually feel like shit is beginning to happen. Hiring Tara was the best decision in my recent career evolution!!!! She is incredible at helping me focus my messaging so it promotes business development and opens the doors to more opportunities.
Alan Samuel Cohen / Founder at ASC Coaching & Speaking