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Transform your life w/Coach Tamarra - Daring Greatly: The gift of vulnerability

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When we hear the word vulnerability, some immediately say to themselves, “Oh, I can’t risk that! What will they think or say when they find out who I really am or who I am not?” Many of us have a hard time being real with ourselves, let alone letting down our guard long enough to stand in our truth. We’re afraid of being judged, of not belonging, and often times being alone. We’ll wear the “mask” for as long as we need to in order to be accepted.

In this dialogue with long-time friend, sorority sister, and coach colleague, Cherie Lee Avinger, Tamarra Causley Robinson discusses what Daring Greatly means and when exercising our vulnerable muscle increases the possibility of living a more purposeful and authentic life.  

Distinguished for her “Strive to Excellence” leadership style, Cherie Lee Avinger has learned through adversity and compassion that excellence is a continual journey of daring experiences. Having earned her Bachelor’s degree in Office Systems Administration from Montclair State University, a Certification in Professional Coaching from iPEC, and a Master’s Certification in the Supply Chain Management program at Michigan State University; Cherie’s innovative Visionary Perception™ Systems have trained, coached and powerfully impacted company’s in the USA and Globally to exceed the expectations of a solid “A” team. 

Tamarra Causley Robinson is a life and career transitions coach who serves as a lighthouse as her clients navigate the conditions of change, assisting their journey towards rediscovering and a more authentic life and career experience… achieved ONE DARE at a TIME. For more on Tamarra, visit