36 episodes

Ready for an energy boost and practical insights on how to be a woman fully in your power?

Each week Leadership Coach and Courage Catalyst Noomi Melchior Natan shares refreshingly honest conversations about how to trust your intuition more, the power of sisterhood, cultivating faith in yourself and the Universe, trusting the decisions you make and balancing the best of the feminine and the best of the masculine.

Women in the workplace are done with self-sacrificing and overworking. It’s time to embrace our imperfections and line up support so we can thrive in all areas of our lives. It’s time to lead in a much bigger way. Because the more you shine, the more you uplift others to shine too.

Female Inner Power Noomi Melchior Natan

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    • 4.8 • 21 Ratings

Ready for an energy boost and practical insights on how to be a woman fully in your power?

Each week Leadership Coach and Courage Catalyst Noomi Melchior Natan shares refreshingly honest conversations about how to trust your intuition more, the power of sisterhood, cultivating faith in yourself and the Universe, trusting the decisions you make and balancing the best of the feminine and the best of the masculine.

Women in the workplace are done with self-sacrificing and overworking. It’s time to embrace our imperfections and line up support so we can thrive in all areas of our lives. It’s time to lead in a much bigger way. Because the more you shine, the more you uplift others to shine too.

    35. Gratitude Expansion: Day 3

    35. Gratitude Expansion: Day 3

    This episode is taken from an online self-study course called Gratitude Expansion: https://courses.noominatan.com/courses/gratitude-expansion
    *If you listened to Days 1 and 2 and you want to skip straight to the exercise, today's Gratitude Practice starts at 4:15 minutes in*
    Are you ready to *really* experience the benefits of letting gratitude take a prominent position in your life?
    Everything gets so much better when we truly feel gratitude.
    In January 2024, after 14 months of uncovering new layers of how to truly feel gratitude, I started the year with a 3-week Gratitude Expansion challenge.
    I’ve taken the recordings from those three weeks and put them together into a 21-day audio course.
    And over the next three days I'm sharing the first three recordings with you as podcast episodes.
    If you want to sign up for the full 21-day audio course, you can do that here: https://courses.noominatan.com/courses/gratitude-expansion
    For everything else go here: https://noominatan.com/everything/
    And of course, now is a great time to breathe,
    Noomi

    • 11 min
    34. Gratitude Expansion: Day 2

    34. Gratitude Expansion: Day 2

    This episode is taken from an online self-study course called Gratitude Expansion: https://courses.noominatan.com/courses/gratitude-expansion
    *If you listened yesterday and you want to skip straight to the exercise, today's Gratitude Practice starts at 4:15 minutes in*
    Are you ready to *really* experience the benefits of letting gratitude take a prominent position in your life?
    Everything gets so much better when we truly feel gratitude.
    In January 2024, after 14 months of uncovering new layers of how to truly feel gratitude, I started the year with a 3-week Gratitude Expansion challenge.
    I’ve taken the recordings from those three weeks and put them together into a 21-day audio course.
    And over the next three days I'm sharing the first three recordings with you as podcast episodes.
    If you want to sign up for the full 21-day audio course, you can do that here: https://courses.noominatan.com/courses/gratitude-expansion
    For everything else go here: https://noominatan.com/everything/
    And of course, now is a great time to breathe,
    Noomi

    • 12 min
    33. Gratitude Expansion: Day 1

    33. Gratitude Expansion: Day 1

    This episode is taken from an online self-study course called Gratitude Expansion: https://courses.noominatan.com/courses/gratitude-expansion
    Are you ready to *really* experience the benefits of letting gratitude take a prominent position in your life?
    Everything gets so much better when we truly feel gratitude.
    In January 2024, after 14 months of uncovering new layers of how to truly feel gratitude, I started the year with a 3-week Gratitude Expansion challenge.
    I’ve taken the recordings from those three weeks and put them together into a 21-day audio course.
    And over the next three days I'm sharing the first three recordings with you as podcast episodes.
    If you want to sign up for the full 21-day audio course, you can do that here: https://courses.noominatan.com/courses/gratitude-expansion
    For everything else go here: https://noominatan.com/everything/
    And of course, now is a great time to breathe,
    Noomi

    • 12 min
    32. Journaling Worth Doing

    32. Journaling Worth Doing

    This episode is a little bit different - because in this one I am the one being interviewed! Amy Richards is normally behind the scenes of my business, helping me make the podcast happen, but today she is interviewing me about my new book.
    Yes, I wrote a book! And not only did I write it, I actually got it all the way to publication. I am so excited to tell you that Journaling Worth Doing is now available on Amazon.
    In this episode I share:
    Why journaling is worth doing - and how it can help you Some of my own journaling tipsHow I use journaling in my life, and how it has helped my coaching clientsWhat to do if you don't have time for journaling
    EPISODE LINKS
    You can learn more about Journaling Worth Doing and order your copy directly from your local Amazon site or go here: https://noominatan.com/book/
    To find out more about Noomi Melchior Natan, her coaching, Female Inner Power offers and more go to www.noominatan.com/everything
    Love the podcast? You can rate and review using this link: https://lovethepodcast.com/fip 
    Connect with Noomi on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/noominatan/
    And on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/noomimelchiornatan/ 

    • 26 min
    31. Five reasons why judging your parents impacts your leadership power [S2 E12]

    31. Five reasons why judging your parents impacts your leadership power [S2 E12]

    As you judge your parents so your personal power suffers.
    The more you want to skip this episode – the more you probably need to listen to it.
    And let’s be clear! You don’t need to ever speak to your parents again, if that is what you’re worried about. You might want to – but you don’t have to, to get the benefit of what I am talking about here. It’s not as intense you might be thinking.
    This episode is about how what happened in your parental dynamics, in your childhood, and in your heritage significantly influences everything and anything that is possible for you as a leader and as a business owner.
    There are 5 reasons for why judging your parents is negatively influencing your ability to lead and be led:
    1. You cut yourself off from human life force. If you walk around thinking you would rather not have had the patterns or the parents you got, it’s like cutting off your roots. And just like trees stand weak, when they don’t have roots, so do humans. You might have very good reasons for not want to be like them or to have anything to do with them (I have coached leaders who have been abused in all kinds horrific ways as children).
    The important thing is to acknowledge that this is where you come from for better and for worse. You are one in the line of many – that’s how you get access to human life force, even if your childhood was a mess and your parents weren’t anywhere close to being “good parents”.
     
    2. You are turned towards the past. When you’re judging your parents, it’s like you’re standing with your back to the future, because you’re looking towards what’s happened in the past and that makes you less powerful in the present.
    3. You are out whack in the order of life. If you’re facing towards the past, you’re looking towards the generation that came before you, rather than towards the next generation. That messes with the way natured intended life to be and it minimises your chance to be supported in life and the power you have available for creation of the future.
     
    4. You become too big for your shoes, which can make you weirdly inflated. When you’re judging your parents, you’re in a way saying: I know better than you, I am better than you, I would never have done what you did. And this might be the case. But you didn’t have their exact childhood and you don’t fully know what it was like to be them.
     
    When the above sentences feel true, it’s like it’s like we are trying to scold our parents and in that sense we become our parents parents or our parents judges and that’s not who we’re meant to be. We are born to be our parents’ children and only when we can be the children are we free to look towards the future and tend to creations that are true to us. (Rather than leaking energy to proving our parents wrong or showing what failures they were.)
     
    5. You have to keep proving that you’re good enough. If you’re judging your parents there will be a deep niggling self doubt. Because if they aren’t good enough – that means you’re made of faulty raw material and maybe that means that you’re no good too.
    The mean voice inside will pop up from time to time wondering what if I am like them or at least partly like them. It’s exhausting to try and prove that you’re different from your parents.
     
    So what can you do instead of staying in harsh judgement?
    What helps is to see a bit more of the generational picture. With whatever snippets of information you have about the generation before you plus thinking about what happened in the world at that time of your parents childhood, it might highlight to you that your father or mother didn’t have an easy time, and...

    • 22 min
    30. What no one tells you about choosing a coach [S2 E11]

    30. What no one tells you about choosing a coach [S2 E11]

    So you’re trying to figure out how to find and choose a coach? Maybe you’ve had coaching in the past, and it didn’t feel like a good fit. Maybe you’ve never had coaching.
    Now you’re wondering how you will know if someone is a good coach for you.
    It’s a big leap, and it’s a big investment (whether it’s your company’s money or your own), so you want to make sure you choose the right coach for you.

    In this episode I share some of the questions to ask and the things to look out for when you’re looking for a coach (and why these are so important), including:
    Do you feel comfortable with them? Comfortable enough to share some really deep and personal stuff with them? Comfortable enough for total honesty?Where do they come from? Why did they get started on coaching? What do they believe their coaching is for? What’s their philosophy, and what are the beliefs that they hold about life and leadership?What is their worldview? What is their secret (or not so secret) agenda? 

    Listen to this episode to to find out what to look out for and be aware of when you’re choosing a coach.

    To find out more about Noomi Melchior Natan, her coaching, Female Inner Power offers and more go to www.noominatan.com/everything
    If you’re listening to this episode, my guess is that you’re interested in working on yourself. You can contact me to get on my waitlist for one to one coaching. 
    But also check out Role Model Your Way, my online self study course on the inner leadership journey that will help you own your worth, step into your power, and play bigger. AND you get Module One totally FREE. And the price of the whole course is less than a coaching session. So really, it’s a no brainer. Go check out Module One and allow yourself to be inspired.
    Love the podcast? You can rate and review using this link: https://lovethepodcast.com/fip 

    Connect with Noomi on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/noominatan/
    And on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/noomimelchiornatan/ 

    • 21 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

NC.2023 ,

So insightful and inspiring

Each episode is thought provoking and inspiring. This podcast has helped me to recognise what I want, and deserve, both on a personal and professional level.

Orlahassoncoaching ,

Insightful and helpful

Noomi’s podcast is deeply insightful and practical at the same time. She shared her wisdom generously and you can hear the joy in her voice as someone who really walks her talk. Enjoy!

archdeas ,

Wonderful, insightful and entertaining listen

I love Noomi’s skilful, warm and engaging style as host and have found these episodes so insightful and encouraging !

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