Taria Pritchett: Speaker | Author
It’s time to stop settling for bootleg happiness girl.
The real thing is much, much better.
You’ve been saying one too many times:
“I’ve got to get my shit together.”
I get it girl, I get it.
You’ve got potential…a LOT of it. You’ve got big dreams. You’re talented, beautiful, driven (even if you don’t see all of this yet).
• You feel like you are falling short on living the life you dream about…and you’re sick and tired of it.
• Whether it is in love, your job or business, your body image or just with your confidence, you know you want to make a big change because it is holding you back from
• You know all about vision boards, affirmations, and I bet I could find a self-help book (or 10) on your book shelf right now. But it’s tougher than you thought to go applying all of that.
• You’re frustrated with your life feeling so mediocre. And when you see other people getting what they want, you’re really happy for them but also feel bad knowing you’re still stuck at the starting line.
In two words? You’re DONE.
You’re DONE feeling like this when it seems like everyone else is really LIVING their life and doing big things.
And to be honest, I’m DONE too.
I’m done seeing women like you settling for all of this. You deserve a hell of a lot more.
And I’m here to help.
You were never meant to play small, be shy, settle for less, or struggle.
And when we work together, you’ll unleash your fierce and never look back.
• Recognizing your worth and how deserving you are of “having it all.”
• Fearlessly moving out of your “comfort zone” to experience your dream life
• Focusing less on the negative and more on the positive
• Having a go-to strategy to handle setbacks or when all hell breaks loose in your life
• Retraining your mindset to stop doubting yourself
• Stop competing and comparing yourself to other women
• Feeling more fearless, empowered, powerful, successful, and beautiful.
• Finding your voice more so you can “speak up” when you need to the most.
• Setting new standards for yourself and changing how you show up in the world.
• Having simple rituals and routines you can use every day to keep your confidence high, your faith strong, and your doubts and fears low.
You have been a great help in me changing and evolving. I listened to the first audio, and it truly was an eye opener and I have two pages worth of notes. I learned that I need to start raising my standards of living – Iliyah Berry
After ending a decade-long relationship a few years ago, I was heart-broken and devastated. When I heard about Taria’s Vision Board Challenge I was excited; I believe thoughts manifest into reality. Only a month and a half after completing my vision board I found new love, my blog started growing more and I felt more focused overall. -Monet Fitzgerald
The advice Taria provided me with gave me a glimpse of what I need to do to move forward in my life, and to truly enjoy being who I am. I think the part about forgiving yourself is something I need to work on. She constantly reminds me of what I need to believe, feel and think in order to feel beautiful and confident. -Quindara Lazenbury
In working with you, you helped me realize what I needed to heal more, and share my story with others in hope that it will make a difference in other women’s lives. -Cheryl Peavy
I would recommend you to women who don’t mind investing in their life. You are a great motivator but women who work with you must be willing to do the work. Thank you so much for motivating and teaching that I must speak life to myself so that I can have love and confidence. -Kim Haynes
I have started my process of journaling, and love how it’s making me to look deeper at who I am beyond the labels of who I am. -Tosha Stager
Taria, just today a man walked up to me and said, “God, you’re pretty”. It’s working. Thank you for all you’ve taught me.-Shana Robinson
I have been working on my confidence routine…I think I’ve made some improvements as far as being confident to do what I want without wondering what others would think or wondering if I’ll fail. -Deiondria Lee