022: Embracing my Self-Worth, Interview with Natalyn Bradshaw
Natalyn Bradshaw a Voice Coach and Creativity Coach from Atlanta, currently living in SW Virginia. She can help you share your unique creative voice without fear, and she helps cultivate creative habits in your life. Natalyn bravely shares her college experience on the receiving end of date rape. She talks about why she doesn’t consider herself a victim, and how she accepted her sense of worth throughout her journey, especially as a teacher.
Why do you think self-love is important:
Without it, we stifle ourselves. We don’t share the things we have in our hearts to share when we aren’t aware of our own sense of worth.
What book are you reading now?
Journaling everyday about dreams and hopes and goals and wishes. Months later I go back and read what I’ve written. It helps me up level in my life.
What app or resource helps you in your self-love practice?
Evernote to keep track of everything.
What is your favorite quote?
"And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom." ~Elizabeth Appell
* This quote was originally attributed to Anais Nin, but it appear that these words are not found among her works and that the quote was actually composed by Elizabeth Appell (aka Lassie Benton). You can read the story here.
Where Can We Find You?
Snapchat, Pinterest, YouTube: npbradshaw