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Hey Jacob, Hi Scott
Writers Jacob Nordby and Scott Stabile sharing their uncut take on living in the world as sensitive people – keeping open hearts, learning, growing, and loving. Tune in and join the conversation.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 17 ratings
My Favorite!!!
I have been following Jacob since the first Online Gathering of the Creatives and I am enthralled by his spirit! So when I started listening I’m here I was not surprised that he brought an equally challenging spirit with him! Scott’s honesty and insight is so lovely and I look forward to tuning...Read full review »
Jwls220 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/03/21
Love this podcast!
I have never binged a podcast before but today that’s what happened. Found myself switching between devices to continue to listen to the conversation that had me shaking my head yes, I feel that or oh wow…that’s a truth for me I didn’t realize. Love these two guys and their openness. I can’t...Read full review »
Stoutkitty via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/15/21
5-Star Podcast
I love this show! My favorite new podcast with two of my favorite authors. Amazing!
thisisacrazyname1 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/05/21
Recent Episodes
In this conversation, Jacob and Scott talk about the ways in which we can curate our choices to create more peace, or joy, or meaning in our lives. They discuss the importance of giving yourself over to the energy of YES when it comes to your relationship with yourself, and thereby inviting in...
Published 06/15/21
In this conversation, Jacob and Scott talk about body image, and their personal relationships with their bodies. They reflect on how we’ve all been conditioned to see only certain bodies as beautiful, and how difficult (seemingly impossible) it can be to transcend this harmful conditioning....
Published 06/08/21
In this conversation, Jacob and Scott talk about the many aspects of sharing oneself, either creatively, spiritually, or from a healing perspective. They look at the need to focus on the specific gifts you feel called to share, rather than on how many people respond to those gifts, or how they...
Published 06/01/21
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