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Talk To Me Tayla

By Layla Overman and Tara Thueson

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Layla Overman and Tara Thueson host the live-workshop style podcast for female entrepreneurs who are trying to do it all. They're pulling back the curtain and showing you how to dig in, do the work, still get dinner on the table, and to accomplish more when you feel like you're barely holding it together.

Customer Reviews

Does Tara get a chance to talk?

I have listened to 2 episodes and all I hear is Layla interrupting Tara or talking the whole time. I was hoping for more. The first episode was I formative but also full of fluff...and Layla talking most of the time.

5 stars for self help!

I started listening to Talk to Me Tayla a few months ago, I sort of stumbled upon it really! I started a small online clothing shop last year and have STRUGGLED. I thought I would keep listening to this to learn a few things but as life would have it, once I had my baby girl this summer I got a bad case of Postpartum Depression and Anxiety, honestly this podcast really helped! It shed a lot of light and I hope they continue with the podcast cause it has brightened my life a lot. ALL THE HEARTS! ❤️❤️

Liked for a few episodes...

Liked them for a first few episodes but then listened to the PMA. The part about “women are all crazy” “we are born that way” is such a tone deaf statement. So tired of people feeding the stereotype that all/most women are crazy. There is enough of that message coming from the patriarchy and we don’t need that from other women.

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