Interview with Author & Creator of Playing Big, Tara Mohr


I didn’t know Tara Mohr when she signed up for TeachNow. We would become friends some months later, after she reached out to say how much my first book, The Woman’s Comfort Book, had meant to her as a teenager, and then came to my writing retreat in Taos.

I’ve loved watching Tara flourish – from launching her hugely popular course Playing Big, to writing her book of the same name to big acclaim, to taking the stage at major events. She claims me as a mentor and I say, she’s been a great mentor to me, too.

I interviewed Tara for the Master Teacher library this time around (an incredible bonus of TeachNow – 55 indexed interviews exploring so many aspects of teaching) and it was delightful to have someone who took the program the very first time reflect on her teaching journey.

Listen to an excerpt where Tara talks about how she collaborates with her students and clients to develop her material – super useful:


The complete Master Teacher library awaits you when registration opens on March 19th, right after the complimentary class, 7 Ways To TeachNow & Thrive – you can register here or invite others to join you.

Now over to you: Schedule a conversation with a “just right” student – or a free session in your living room with 4 to 10 “just right” students – to share some of your new ideas. Leave plenty of time for feedback and record the session for clues about what works and what doesn’t.

Share what you learned on March 19th in the Q&A!



P.S. The link for the fre**EE class again is


  1. Can’t give enough thumbs up on this! There’s nothing better than simply getting your content in front of people and doing a trial run (and a livingroom with awesome people and some wine helps 😉 – live, in person feedback can’t be beat. It’s impossible to know what will resonate with people, and shortening the time it takes to figure that out is a huge part of the path to success.