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Tah Whitty is the Co-founder of Tah Kole Biointegration, where clients get mentorship and coaching to become aware of their bodies and teach them how to scale both personally and professionally, without crashing.
Tah also mentors leaders on how to become authentic and natural, leading by example, asking questions and diving into the answers.
As a result, clients explore and become authentic and inclusive – to remove all the brainwashing they’ve let life do to them and how to become the natural person they are, instead of the person they’ve become or think they need to be.
Mike and Tah cover a ton of great stuff in this episode. You might agree with some of it and not agree with some of it too. The point isn’t total agreement, it’s expanded understanding.
Tah Whitty was a “surprise” baby who considered himself to be a mistake. His older brother beat him up and threatened to kill him. He wet the bed and had insomnia.
He lied incessantly until he was 30 years old. It was his normal. But that all changed when he met Kole, now his wife, and life and business partner.
Recently, to expand the conversations surrounding racism, Tah created Rated R for Racism, where you can book a call with Tah, to discuss how to diversify your team and be anti-racist in business. It’s focused on promoting understanding and inclusiveness, including every perspective in the conversation, recognizing that racism is a system that affects us all and, most importantly, talking about what we can all do to make it a thing of the past.
This special conversation with Mike and Tah is also the first How’d It Happen Video podcast, which you can watch on the How’d It Happen Podcast Youtube channel.
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