podcast show notes | episode 032 | show up with natalie norton
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032: Show Up! (with Natalie Norton)
Natalie Norton — mom, podcaster, life coach, photographer, and just overall talented and inspiring human — talks about many heavy, hard, and traumatic life experiences she has had and the beautiful lessons she has learned from them. Join us in a touching and intimate conversation with Natalie and keep the tissues close by.
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A high tide raises all ships.
Take a listen to Natalie’s podcast here.
I will stand on top of this. I will not drown down inside of this.
Here’s a link to the bonus episode with her husband that Natalie referred to.
If we are waiting to live, if we are waiting for all of those things to settle down and slow down in order for us to finally show up fully and completely, we could legitimately be waiting forever.
Man’s Search For Meaning by Viktor Frankl
We are all just walking each other home. –Ram Dass
Show up for one another with courage because we are answering a call that is greater than the sum of the parts.
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