Be Who You Came to Be

Wednesday 9:00am – 12:00pm

Session Description

Women wear a lot of different hats and live a lot of different lives. Finding balance between career, family and community continues to be a struggle for women throughout the U.S. It’s easier said than done to climb the career ladder and relinquish feelings of exhaustion, inadequacy, guilt and unhappiness. Finding purpose, balancing career and home and living happy are three priorities among working women.

In response to these situations, we ask ourselves many questions:

  • How do I make an impact?
  • How do I find my purpose?
  • How do I become the best version of myself?
  • How do I create sustainable happiness?
  • How can I be successful at work and in the home?

Be Who You Came to Be is a thought-provoking, inspiring, genuine and fresh approach that answers these questions and helps working women unlock and unleash their purpose in life. Tara takes a new and refreshing approach to help working women find balance and be who they came to be. She combines her 20 years of success in corporate and social selling along with her role as a wife and mother so she can offer her audience an experience and a message that is sincere, motivating, relatable and game changing.

Learning Objectives

  1. Understand fulfillment vs. happiness and why fulfillment is a better gauge and driver of success and purpose than happiness.
  2. Discover why balance is both impossible and unnecessary.
  3. Determine what fuels your purpose, and remove feelings of guilt, envy and inadequacy. -Learn how to embrace fear, deconstruct it and take risks to be who you came to be.
  4. Gain clarity about your strengths and opportunities and learn to self-assess to self-actualize.
  5. Dare to dream big – elevate goals and confidence.

Tara Renze

Tara Renze is an entrepreneur, speaker, inspirer, blogger, thought-leader, wife and mother and is redefining how we unleash purpose and create sustainable happiness and success in life. After two decades of success in corporate leadership and social selling, she started training, speaking, coaching and co-founded authentiCITY to share her passions and help other women live the life they desire, envision and deserve. Tara has a true passion and talent for guiding women to harness and realize their full potential.

Through social media, seminars, insights and writings, she helps women become the best version of themselves, achieve unlimited success, live fulfilled and pursue their passions. Tara takes a new and refreshing approach to help women find purpose and be who they came to be. She combines her success in corporate leadership and social sales along with her roles as a wife and a mother to offer her audience an experience and a message that are sincere, motivating, relatable and game changing.

Tara is recognized as an inspirational leader and top achiever. At CareerBuilder.com, she was celebrated as a top national sales leader as she built and led two multi-million-dollar sales teams, facilitated national trainings and provided leadership consulting to sales teams across the country. She left the corporate world to raise her two boys and successfully built a nationwide, multi-million-dollar social selling business with Stella & Dot, a San Francisco-based boutique-style accessories company offering flexible entrepreneurship for women.

In 2018 Tara co-Founded authentiCITY with Amanda Thompson. authentiCITY is Tara’s passion project to help women redefine what success looks like for the modern-day female entrepreneur. Tara is a frequent keynote speaker and trainer at local and national conferences and seminars.

She is also a passionate supporter of Susan G. Komen and breast cancer awareness. Her mother, mother in law, sister in law and aunt are all breast cancer survivors. She graduated from the University of Kansas and has studied leadership at the Wharton School of Business, The University of Chicago and the Kellogg Graduate School of Management.

Her favorite titles in life are wife to Scott, mom to Ben and Jack, daughter, sister and friend. Her dog, Olive, is by far her biggest fan.