Topics & Programs

 DON’T LET YOUR LEADERS FALL THROUGH THE CRACKS

Ready for an assembly, keynote, or workshop that really speaks to what your students are going through? 

Your students are future leaders, world changers, and planet shifters.

Natalie knows how to speak their language and reach their soul, creating lasting impact far beyond this week, month, or even year. 

“Natalie, all of the high schoolers love you!  You came to our school 6 months ago, and we were just talking about you yesterday in class!  They remember everything about your presentation.”

-Debbie Eubanks, Deer Valley High School

PROGRAM:  THE CONFIDENCE KEYNOTE

 

The Confidence Keynote is helping students all over the country uncover a grounded, soulful, unshakeable confidence that will shape the course of their lives.  Participants will leave with a deep understanding of the impact of their actions, and armed with the tools to let their voice be heard-  when it comes to standing up to peer pressure, making life choices, and most of the time, without saying a word at all. 

The Confidence Keynote is:

  • A crash course in true leadership
  • A wake up call to your students’ true nature and ability
  • A manual on how to stand up to peer pressure
  • Massive growth and awareness, packed into an hour-long assembly.

The confidence keynote will bring your teens to a new understanding of what it means to be a leader; to others, and most importantly, to themselves. They will stand taller, filled with more purpose and understanding than ever before.

Audience: High school students, 9th grade and up. Student leadership groups.

“Your talk was amazing. It really got to me and opened my eyes. It made me look at life in a different way.  

-Dean, Gilbert High School

PROGRAM:  ID’s, PLEASE

 

Do you know the REAL reason teens say yes to drugs, alcohol, and sway to peer pressure? 

It’s not because they don’t know the effects these substances or choices can have on their lives.  It’s because they’ve forgotten who they are… it’s because their inner guidance system (inner GPS as Natalie calls it), has been drowned out.  Drowned out by other people’s opinions, by the pressures of everyday life, and by traumatic life events that have happened that might not have been part of the “plan”. 

Natalie’s presence will serve as a wake-up call to your leaders in hiding, to your dreamers who are discouraged by the state of the world, and to the world changers who have forgotten who they are and why they’re here.  She will help them identify their true passion, self, and direction, and remember that THEY are the answer.  No matter what the question.

ID’s, Please is:

  • A wake up call
  • An anti-drug / anti-alcohol & positive choices assembly / keynote
  • A remembrance of your Inner GPS and which way it’s pointing (and a recalibration if need be!)
  • A crash course in identity and self-realization.
  • Perfect for pre-prom, Red Ribbon Week, and school year kickoffs

 

Audience: High school students, 9th grade and up. Student leadership groups.

“Natalie is actually talking about real issues! Students NEED this!” 

-Dennis Gable, Host Team Pastor, Life Church, Oklahoma City, OK

BONUS:  HEART STRENGTHENER WORKSHOP

(formerly known as ‘My Heart Is In the Green Zone’)

A hands – on demonstration of what it takes to create a culture of radical compassion, and a “safe” place for others and yourself. 

Perfect for student leaders, the Heart Strengthener Workshop teaches new ways to show up as a rockstar in all your relationships. Applicable to romantic relationships, friendships, parent/child and student/teacher relationships, and pretty much every situation you can think of that involves interacting with another human, this workshop will shift how you see and communicate with others, from the moment you walk out the door.

Audience: High school students, 9th grade and up. Student leadership groups. Ask for more info about adding this workshop onto your program!   

Please allow an additional 45 minutes for facilitation of this workshop. 

“I LOVED this workshop!  It was my favorite at conference, and made me realize so many things!”