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Hello! My name is Natalie Fox.
I am a child of God.
I believe in the saving work of Jesus Christ. I believe He is one with and son of the One True God. I believe He was born as a human, put to death on a cross, buried, and rose again after three days to rule victorious over sin and death. I believe that through faith in Him, we become a new creation and rule with Him forever. This is my identity, but I understand that it may not be yours, and I love and value you regardless.
I am a person of value who values people and strives to add value to them.
I believe I and everyone else have been created with intrinsic value, unique characteristics, and talents. I love people because of this value, not for anything they can do for me. I do not walk out this love perfectly because I am flawed, just as everyone is, but I strive to intentionally choose what thoughts I dwell on and what response I live out so that I might put others first. I want to walk through my day and know that someone's life was better because our paths crossed.
I am a successful business owner and coach.
I have always been an avid learner with a passion for developing myself and others. I recognize that each person has unique traits and strengths that they bring to the table, whether in the home, the church, or the workplace, and I easily relate to them where they are. The more I learn and grow, the more I feel a responsibility to add value to those within my sphere of influence by sharing my knowledge and passion with others.
I am fascinated by stories.
I love stories, especially the ones that have a happy ending. I believe that stories have the power to help us reflect on our lives, relationships, situations, and the world around us, even if the story is fictional and fantastical. I gravitate towards happy endings because I believe in the power of positive emotions, that they help us be motivated and resilient in the face of hardship. I want stories that help us fight and overcome our fears, tell us it is okay to step outside our comfort zones and take a risk, show us what it means to be self-sacrificing and loving, and help us work hard and dream big. I believe that we are each living our own stories, and we can choose to be beaten down by life, or we can choose to be the hero or heroine and rise above our circumstances to live life to the fullest.
I am passionate about relationships.
I am very independent and self-sufficient; I am content to be on my own, but I understand that I was created to be in relationships. As a person of faith, I believe I am first called to be passionate about my relationship with God. It will take me a lifetime of intentional study and transformation to fully understand who my God is and who I am to Him and through Him. Still, this relationship is the foundation of everything else in my life. Secondly, I am called to be passionate about my relationships with people and to love them where they are. I want to understand people, their talents and gifts, their struggles and fears, and I do this by actively listening to them and relating to them and their circumstances. Thirdly, I am called to be passionate about the relationships of others. I have spent my life watching people and how they relate to one another. I've seen the good, the bad, and everything in between. But I believe there is a way forward to a better world, and I want to participate in making that change a reality.
I have a purpose and am equipped to carry it out.
I believe that I was created to be a coach. My characteristics, my talents, my experience, my passions -- all of these things are not an accident of fate or a chance happenstance. I was created with a purpose, to help people who want to change and grow do just that. Everything that has happened in my life, everything that makes me who I am, has uniquely equipped me to listen and observe, to ask questions and reflect, to make connections and paths forward, and to motivate and inspire others because I see their potential and genuinely care about their success in achieving it.
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