19 episodes

Natalie Tysdal is a former TV News Anchor who decided "enough is enough" when it came to the crazy lifestyle and burnout of being a morning show host. She decided to leave a successful twenty eight year career and the negative news world to live her dream of digging into issues that really matter: health, family, relationships, and happiness. Natalie wants to help you live a life of purpose, without holding back on the things that are most important to you. Each week she will interview an incredible industry professional/industry thought leader to discuss the topics you need to hear as a busy working professional from sleep and health, to burnout and everything in between. Natalie knows you can have it all, but you have to be intentional about how you do it.

The Natalie Tysdal Podcast Natalie Tysdal

    • Kids & Family
    • 4.9 • 85 Ratings

Natalie Tysdal is a former TV News Anchor who decided "enough is enough" when it came to the crazy lifestyle and burnout of being a morning show host. She decided to leave a successful twenty eight year career and the negative news world to live her dream of digging into issues that really matter: health, family, relationships, and happiness. Natalie wants to help you live a life of purpose, without holding back on the things that are most important to you. Each week she will interview an incredible industry professional/industry thought leader to discuss the topics you need to hear as a busy working professional from sleep and health, to burnout and everything in between. Natalie knows you can have it all, but you have to be intentional about how you do it.

    018: Over-Parenting is Harming Your Kids with Julie Lythcott-Haims

    018: Over-Parenting is Harming Your Kids with Julie Lythcott-Haims

    In this week’s episode, I sit down with Julie Lythcott-Haims, the New York Times bestselling author of the anti-helicopter parenting manifesto How to Raise an Adult which gave rise to a TED Talk that has more than 5 million views. 
     
    Julie believes in humans and is deeply interested in what gets in our way. 
     
    Her second book is the critically-acclaimed and award-winning prose poetry memoir Real American, which illustrates her experience as a Black and biracial person in white spaces. A third book, Your Turn: How to Be an Adult, is out now.
     
     
    Listen in as we talk about:
    The boundary between letting your kids do things for themselves and you doing it for them The four-step method to teaching any child any skill Why we over-parent and why it’s detrimental to our kids’ success How to step outside of your comfort zone and live on purpose  
    Julie is a former corporate lawyer and Stanford dean, and she holds a BA from Stanford, a JD from Harvard, and an MFA in Writing from California College of the Arts. She serves on the board of Common Sense Media, and on the advisory board of LeanIn.Org, and she is a former board member at Foundation for a College Education, Global Citizen Year, The Writers Grotto, and Challenge Success. She volunteers with the hospital program No One Dies Alone.
     
    She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her partner of over thirty years, their itinerant young adults, and her mother. 
     
    Resources mentioned in the episode:
    Chasing Childhood Documentary Order Your Turn: How to Be an Adult here  
    Connect with Julie
    On Instagram On Twitter On Facebook www.julielythcotthaims.com   
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    On Instagram On YouTube On Facebook Website

    • 32 min
    017: Clean Beauty: It’s More Than Skin Deep with Catie Wiggy

    017: Clean Beauty: It’s More Than Skin Deep with Catie Wiggy

    In this week’s episode, I sit down with Catie Wiggy, the clean beauty product formulator and Licensed Master Esthetician that I trust most when it comes to what we put on our skin.
     
    Catie is a respected expert in the beauty industry with over 15+ years of experience in her field. She’s one of the driving forces behind increased consumer awareness for natural products and the promotion of clean, sustainable brands. 
     
    Currently the Vice President of Marketing and Product Innovation for French Transit (brands MyCHELLE Dermaceuticals®, CRYSTAL™ Natural Deodorant, and Luster Premium White™), Catie is a leading consumer packaged goods expert.
     
    Her passion and belief in safe, non-toxic, yet effective products, along with her deep understanding of plant-based ingredients and professional skincare, gives her a competitive advantage and knowledge within the clean beauty market and natural products industry.
     


    Listen in as we talk about:
    What we specifically need to look out for in our skin and hair care products Signs that you’re using the right products Skincare routines that show results The difference between antiperspirant and deodorant  
    Connect with Catie
    On Instagram On Facebook On Twitter On LinkedIn https://www.mychelle.com https://www.thecrystal.com https://www.lusterpremiumwhite.com   
    Connect with Natalie Tysdal
    On Instagram On YouTube On Facebook Website

    • 26 min
    016: Modern Day Etiquette “Dos” and “Don’ts” with Thomas P. Farley

    016: Modern Day Etiquette “Dos” and “Don’ts” with Thomas P. Farley

    In this week’s episode, I sat down with my go-to on all things etiquette, Thomas P. Farley, Mister Manners, who is America’s trusted etiquette expert.
     
    A keynote speaker, workshop leader, syndicated columnist and TV commentator, he inspires audiences of all types to master essential communication strategies for success in the workplace—and in life.
     
    We talk about how etiquette has evolved over the years, and if it’s still important to write hand-written thank you notes.
     
    Hear more on this, and:
    What modern etiquette is Examples of types of etiquette that have changed and are acceptable Online etiquette and manners Etiquette changes due to the pandemic

    Thomas’ business-etiquette, customer-service and communication programs—both in-person and virtual—are engaging and memorable, offering strategies for getting along and getting ahead in the modern era.
     
    His weekly column, “Ask Mister Manners,” appears in Tribune publications throughout the United States, including the Chicago Tribune, the Baltimore Sun, the New York Daily News and beyond. 
     
    Connect with Thomas
    On Instagram On Facebook On Twitter On LinkedIn Website Listen to the What Manners Most Podcast  
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    On Instagram On YouTube On Facebook Website

    • 27 min
    015: Why I Decided to Start Over and Three Tips to Make a Life Change with Natalie Tysdal

    015: Why I Decided to Start Over and Three Tips to Make a Life Change with Natalie Tysdal

    In this week’s episode, I wanted to hop on here for this solo episode to share a bit about myself, my story, and why I decided to take this leap of faith into what I’m doing now.
     
    I share with you why topics like health, family and mindset are so important to me, truthfully they’re a natural fit after the years I have spent reporting on stories about this.
     
    Thank you for joining me each week on the podcast! I’m so grateful that you’re here and that we’re on this journey together.
     
     
    Listen in as I talk about:
    Why I made the decision to leave the news Why I’m focusing on health, family and mindset Three things to consider when making a change in your life  
    Connect with Natalie Tysdal
    On Instagram On YouTube On Facebook Website

    • 13 min
    014: Why Teenage Girls are More Vulnerable Today than Ever Before with Krista DeYoung

    014: Why Teenage Girls are More Vulnerable Today than Ever Before with Krista DeYoung

    In this week’s episode, I chat with Krista DeYoung, who is the founder of Girl Above.
     
    Krista specializes in mentoring adolescent girls and parents, is a certified life coach and is currently in the Masters in Counseling program at CCU. 
     
    Since launching Girl Above in 2015, Krista has had the opportunity to speak with thousands of young women about the underlying issues driving their pain and helping them determine tangible ways to grow and heal.
     
    I love this conversation with Krista because we touched on so many points that are so important for parents to understand as we support them through their teenage years.
     
    As a mother of two teenage girls myself, I found it so impactful.
     
    Listen in as we talk about:
    The impact of social media on teenage girls Why our teenagers stop talking to us The best approach to starting conversations with your teens How to support them with their permission
    Connect with Krista here:


    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/girlabove  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/girlabove/  https://girlabove.com/   
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    On Instagram On YouTube On Facebook Website

    • 35 min
    013: Helping Women Rise with Chandra Sanders, The Mom Project

    013: Helping Women Rise with Chandra Sanders, The Mom Project

    In this week’s episode, I chat with Chandra Sanders, Director of RISE at The Mom Project.
     
    Chandra Sanders is a Diversity, Equity & Inclusion champion on a mission to create economic opportunities for moms and women of color. Chandra is a former high school Spanish teacher turned Fortune 100 Senior Tech Consultant, committed to helping moms and women of color challenge stereotypical representation in the workplace and gain access to greater economic opportunities and influence. 
     
    Currently, as the Program Director for RISE, she is on a mission to empower moms and women of color through a variety of transformative programs. 
     
    I’m so grateful that Chandra shared her wisdom and insight with us around how moms can get back into the workforce, and really tap into what they really want to be doing, all while taking care of their kids and families. 
     
    Listen in as Chandra and Natalie talk about:
    The shift that needs to happen to get more moms back into the workforce Tips to approach asking for flexibility in the workplace Why modeling behaviors for your kids will help them grow as people What their RISE program offers moms, and how it truly transforms their lives  
    Additional Resources:
    Go to momproject.org to apply for the RISE reskilling initiative Feature in Glamour Magazine: https://www.glamour.com/sponsored/story/daring-to-disrupt-chandra-sanders?_ga=2.184258022.1789725953.1619729824-208310837.1615304928  The Mom Project: https://www.nbcnews.com/now/video/the-mom-project-helping-working-moms-start-over-during-the-pandemic-111524933868 
    Connect with Chandra here:


    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/themomprojectus/?ref=hl  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-mom-project/  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_mom_project/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/The_Mom_Project  https://themomproject.com   
    Connect with Natalie Tysdal
    On Instagram On YouTube On Facebook Website

    • 20 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
85 Ratings

85 Ratings

Glamour32 ,

Congrats 💜

Amazing work Natalie! Congrats on this inspiring, heartfelt and authentic journey and podcast. So amazing to see you use your talent and time to educate, encourage and motivate others to live a balanced and healthy life. Love your topics and your guests

Enjoyingthislife ,

Favorite

I look forward to this podcast every week! 😀

Lynn452 ,

Resonates with me

I really love how the topics in this podcast resonate with me. I’ve learned something new in every episode! Great interviewer. I’ve listened to a lot of different podcasts in the past year and this is easily one of my top 3 favorites now, highly recommend!

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