In this episode of The Best Thing, Antonio Neves talks to positive psychology expert and life coach, Tallia Deljou. They talk about power by purpose.
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Through her signature coaching program, Power by Purpose, and her Forbes’ featured podcast, Sincerely Me, Tallia gives people the tools to break through their challenges and be guided by their purpose with clarity and confidence.
With a master’s degree in positive psychology and further training in mindfulness-based stress reduction, energy work, and transformational coaching, Tallia has shared her insights alongside the likes of Deepak Chopra, Adam Grant and Jen Sincero. Her work has been featured across multiple outlets including Forbes, Fortune and Business Insider.
In this powerful conversation, Tallia and Antonio talk about her experience having a serious procedure done on her eye and what she learned from it.
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Quick Episode Summary
- What to expect today
- Get to know Tallia Deljou
- What life was like growing up for Tallia
- Values Tallia learned by being a first-generation American
- The person that ‘finds’ Tallia
- What 2020 brought Tallia
- Was it not meant to be, or did you give up?
- The best thing that has happened to Tallia
- The difference between stress and anxiety
- What’s worked for you up until now?
- The power of asking the right questions
- Be open to the next thing