Episode 76: Good Strategy Helps You Make Better Choices with Tara Gentile
Topics We Explored:
- What Tara realized was causing her cycles of depression, and how she broke the cycle
- Which key elements of strategic planning every entrepreneur should consider
- How creativity and depression correlate
- How Tara creates boundaries to avoid burnout as an entrepreneur
- What powerful questions Tara asks each of her clients when helping them plan strategically
- Why Tara always says no to telesummits and networking events
“The market’s not in control, the trends aren’t in control, I am in control.” — Tara Gentile
Links and Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
- Episode 27: Leveraging Your Quiet Power with Tara Gentile
- Why Strategic Planning Is So Hard for Creative People
- The Lords of Strategy: The Secret Intellectual History of the New Corporate World by Walter Kiechel
- The Content Delusion Rides on the Scalability Thesis
- Episode 59: Debugging the Impostor Syndrome with Dan Pickett
- Daily Worth
- If You’re Planning Effectively, You’ll Always Be Changing Your Plans
About Tara Gentile:
Tara Gentile is a business strategist and the author of Quiet Power Strategy. She works with entrepreneurs and idea people to help them leverage their Quiet Power and build businesses that generate wealth, peace, and ease. Her clients learn to lead themselves and their businesses based on what makes them most effective and compelling.
Tara’s work has been featured in Fast Company, Forbes, Design*Sponge, and the New York Times bestselling book The $100 Startup by Chris Guillebeau. Tara is a regular instructor on CreativeLive and speaks on entrepreneurship, money, and the New Economy all over the world.
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