podcast show notes | episode 034 | live a good story with macy robison
This blog post serves as SHOW NOTES for our podcast — Cultivate a Good Life. This is not a comprehensive outline of everything discussed in this specific episode. The notes, links, and tips below are just some of what was mentioned. Everything we’re highlighting here will certainly make so much more sense when you’ve listened to this episode. If you haven’t already listened, you definitely should. And you should also just go ahead and subscribe to the podcast. It’s good stuff.
034: Live a Good Story with Macy Robison
Texan Macy Robison joins the two Beckys for an episode all about living a good story–your life story. Macy is a wife, mom, step-mom, grandma, donut enthusiast, photographer, advocate, coach, and just plain inspiring in many ways. This episode is full of so many gems and ideas for how to tell YOUR story and how to do things everyday to move toward your own happy ending.
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We all have influence, but the important thing is to be an advocate.
Everything is figure-out-able. –Marie Forleo
Macy recommends Atomic Habits by James Clear.
The soil is what needs to be nourished when you’re growing plants.
Here’s a link to this book again that we love! Essentialism by Greg McKeown
Show up in ways that allow you to be a guide in someone else’s life.
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