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Mon, Oct 07


Anexo Works & Events

Join Our Playing Big Book Group

Join us as we read and discuss Playing Big: Practical Wisdom for Women Who Want to Speak Up, Create, and Lead, by the internationally acclaimed women’s leadership expert, Tara Mohr.

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Join Our Playing Big Book Group
Join Our Playing Big Book Group

Time & Location

Oct 07, 2019, 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Anexo Works & Events, 196 W Simpson St, Tucson, AZ 85701, USA

About the event

In this 4-part book group, we’ll read the book and talk about the concepts and practical skills that we need to play big – to share our voices and take bold action, to create a significant positive impacts in our careers, our lives, and the world at large. 

This series will be led by Beth Morrison, Personal and Life Coach, who has completed the Playing Big Facilitators Training with Tara Mohr. Beth is busy applying the principles of Playing Big in her own life as she launches her coaching practice. 

This series will be held on October 7th from 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM at 196 W. Simpson St. and on October 14, 21, and 28 from 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM at 600 S. Meyer Ave. Parking is available on a reserved lot.

Cost for the entire series is $95.00 and participants may make payment via credit card or check at the first session.

A free screening phone call is required prior to the first session to ensure participants are ready to Play Big. Once you have registered, Beth Morrison will be in touch for this quick 20 minute phone conversation. Please purchase Playing Big: Practical Wisdom for Women Who Want to Speak Up, Create, and Lead by Tara Mohr prior to the first session. 

Playing Big: Practical Wisdom for Women... is available locally at Antigone Books on 411 N 4th Ave, Tucson, AZ 

Prior to the first session participants will need to read the Introduction and first two chapters. You’ll also want to set aside a quiet half hour to listen to the inner mentor visualization that’s in Chapter 2.


Beth has had a long career of providing leadership in the nonprofit sector, the majority of which focused on violence against women and children. Serving as a CEO of both large and small agencies, she knows the ups and downs that leaders face including budget shortfalls, capital campaigns, relationship building, legislative victories, and staffing dilemmas. Throughout her 25+ year career, Beth has served as a coach and mentor to many, both informal and formal. 

Her coaching philosophy is that people already have the answers necessary to tackle their obstacles and to succeed. For many, those answers are buried under layers of self-doubt and fear. In coaching, Beth assists with inquiry and creativity in peeling back those layers allowing individuals to make choices in what comes next. Providing a safe non-judgmental space for self-discovery, sharing of feelings, and ideas is something that Beth excels in. Beth believes that we, especially women, should be living life on the other side of should.

Beth is currently working on completing her Executive and Personal Coach Certification and a Positive Psychology and Well-being Certification from the College of Executive Coaching. She has completed the Playing Big Facilitator Training with Tara Mohr. Beth holds a BAA degree from Central Michigan University and an MS from the University of Arizona. Beth offers individual coaching session to those looking to move beyond their fear and put their dreams in action. Coaching is in held in person (Arizona clients) or over the phone. 

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