In the Women Who Inspire book, Tally Hayden takes us on a journey from what she thought would be her fairytale existence through a treacherous reality and on into a better than expected reality that she created through her deep-dive into self-work. Her chapter entitled; “The Me I Was Meant to Be,” is something a lot of women can relate to and her approach to overcoming the obstacles in her path is inspiring.
During our conversation on the Intentional Inspiration podcast, Tally and I talk about how we are raised with these beliefs and sometimes they are not serving us. It is a lively conversation about observing what your life is like, understanding if it’s actually the life you want to be living and then deciding to change it if it isn’t. It’s a conversation you don’t want to miss.
Listen Here to our conversation
A lover of nature and sunsets, she was born and raised in Alaska as the youngest of eight children. She grew up fishing, hiking, camping, and playing basketball and softball in one of the rainiest climates in the United States—in Juneau, the capital of Alaska.
Her tenacious, loving spirit thrives by helping people connect to their power within and especially by helping womyn reconnect to their soul’s purpose. She has a successful business background as a former chief operations officer (COO), owner and creator of a historic bed-and-breakfast, sales and marketing executive and consultant, trainer, election supervisor, state legislative aide, and congressional staff member. She owned and operated a successful Awaken Higher Brain Living™ Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
She is happily married to a man she often calls her Dreamy Guy, who lovingly supported her through her journey to successfully heal herself from an autoimmune disease.
Tally is passionate about raising the vibration of humanity to live more fully in joy, laughter, peace, purpose, and passion. She created a free guide titled Manifesting Your Life: 5 Do’s and Dont’s, which can be downloaded from her website. You may also schedule a complimentary coaching session with her.
Contact Tally through her website at TallyHayden.com.
*Note: You must order from this link if you want me to sign your book 🙂
*while supplies last – since I’m creating my #lifeinateardrop, there’s not a ton of space to bring the book so supplies are limited.