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Final Episode

Final Episode


When Cultivate Legacy began in 2020 there were hopes, dreams, visions, and anticipation for how God would use the online community to encourage, equip, and empower his daughters to build impact and legacy in their lives as they glorified Him and served others. That journey has been one of connection with so many of you, which has been the greatest gift. And as we close this chapter in the journey of impact and legacy, it is with deep gratitude that I say thank you. Thank you for listening. Thank you for encouraging. Thank you for your time. Thank you for your attention. Thank you for your feedback. Thank you for being in this with me. Thank you for showing me how many women out there also deeply desire to honor the Lord in every area of their lives. While this content is ending, my prayer is that you would continue to find encouragement and inspiration over on the Cultivate Legacy Instagram page. look forward to connecting with you there! 
Restlessness often leads to release, which can be followed by pictures of God's faithfulness and the puzzle pieces of your life making more sense as you walk in a long obedience towards him. This is exactly what happened in my own story after I listened to God's leading to lay down a mission very dear to my heart. In this episode you will hear about God' faithfulness, trustworthiness, and sovereignty in the midst of unknown.  
Sometimes restlessness leads to God opening doors and asking us to obey in unexpected ways. In this episode you will hear more of what that might look like as you walk in obedience to God and continue loving others abundantly. 
Have you ever have felt restless and just couldn't put your finger on exactly why? Maybe it's in your work, your home life, your relationships, or maybe you don't even know why yet. And that's okay, you aren't alone. Sometimes restless seasons are exactly what the Lord wants for us to be able to do some reflective, prayerful, waiting with him and that's what this episode is designed to help you do. There are six questions included that may help you gain some clarity on why you're feeling restless. 1. What am I feeling restless about? Is there a particular area in my life that is feeling extra tense? 2. If the current situation in that area were different (more ideal), would you still feel the same way?3. Is it from a lack of opportunity or a fear of moving forward?4. If time and money wasn’t a concern, what would I do right now and forever until my time on earth is done. (If you don’t know the answer to this question, I would suggest reading, “Restless”, by Jennie Allen)5. If God asked you to step away from that area and put your energy elsewhere, would you be okay with it?6. Am I making decisions right now based in truth or based on how I feel?
If you've ever wondered how to help your children sleep better or how to help them stay in their beds, this episode could help! In this episode there are 3 practical tips to helping set kids up for success in their sleep rhythms, so you can sleep too! *This episode is not meant for children with illnesses that impact their sleep or babies not ready to sleep through the night.* 
You've heard it, right? "Motherhood is the highest and best calling". You've probably it heard from women around you and certainly if you're involved in a church, you've probably heard it there too. But is it true???This episode explores the concept of calling, highest calling, vocation, sacred vs. secular, and whether or not we all have the same calling as Daughters of the King. Hold onto your hat for this one, friend, it gets a little spicy! 
If you're in the messy middle of motherhood, or any area of life, then this episode is for you. The good news is you can build legacy right in the middle of the mess and look forward to the seeds you are planting today becoming a harvest in the future. In this episode you will be encouraged and challenged to see the impact you're making today as the stepping stones to legacy no matter how messy it might look. 
It's been three whole seasons of this podcast and that deserves a celebration and some reflection too. In this episode, Shelley walks back through all God has done and looks to the future for how he will continue guiding in the content shared here. 
In this episode, returning guest- Crystal Stine, shares about how God has taken her on a recovery journey from burn out after the pandemic of 2020. As the author of "Holy Hustle" and "Quieting the Shout of Should", Crystal knows well the pull towards striving and working from a place of hustle and wanting to rest in the process, but 2020 took Crystal on another journey that left her burned out and exhausted. Since then, Crystal has been taking time to recover, while remaining faithful to steward the gifts and talents God has given her. If you have ever felt a sense of lack or lostness in a season of recovery, this episode is for you. It will encourage you and remind you that no matter what season you are in, God can use you to impact His kingdom. You can connect with Crystal @
Macy's path to becoming Co-CEO of Guide Culture, a leadership and sales training company, was not your typical path. Growing up with Dad passionate about sales was not something she even considered until her own journey as a struggling entrepreneur opened her eyes to the value of her Dad's skills. After sitting and learning from him, implementing the concepts in her own business, and watching her business quadruple, she knew the method needed to shared with more people. Now more than 6 years later along with her Co-CEO Kathryn Shubert, Guide Culture is a multi-million dollar company that has helped hundreds of people transform their skills of communication, leadership, and persuasion for the good of others. Macy is deeply passionate about sales skills being life skills that translate into everything people do whether they realize it or not.  And in this episode, Macy breaks down what it's like to have a mission to make an impact and be a wife, mother, sister, friend at the same time. You can learn more about Guide Culture at with Macy on Instagram at
Have you ever wondered why you go to sleep at night and then wake up tired day after day? Of maybe you feel like you're really good at taking care of yourself, but it still doesn't feel like it's enough to help you operate at your best. In this episode,  Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith talks about the different types of rest and how our capacity can be improved by knowing where we are depleted and understanding how to refill. Dr. Saundra is a Board-Certified internal medicine physician and work-life integration researcher and founder of Restorasis, a professional development agency dedicated to restoring wellbeing in the workplace by working with companies that care about their employees and want them to succeed at work as well as at home. As a busy physician, author, and mom, she understands that life's demands can leave you feeling mentally overwhelmed, emotionally drained, and physically tired. Daily she helps high-achievers deal with their work-rest imbalance and find actionable answers to the thriving lifestyle they desire.Find Dr. Dalton-Smith's book, "Sacred Rest" at with Dr. Dalton-Smith at REST QUIZJoin the Cultivate Legacy Facebook group to be encouraged, equipped, and empowered as you seek to glorify God and serve others abundantly.
Heather Creekmore writes and speaks hope to thousands of women each week inspiring them to stop comparing and start living. Heather's Compared to Who? podcast is aimed specifically at helping Christian women overcome body image and comparison issues. Her first book--also titled-- Compared to Who? encourages women to uncover the spiritual root of body image issues and find freedom. Her latest release, The Burden of Better, offers women a journey into the depths of God's grace to find a way off the treadmill of constant comparison. Heather has been featured on Fox News, Huff Post, Morning Dose, Church Leaders, For Every Mom, along with dozens of other shows and podcasts. But she's best recognized from her appearance as a contestant on the Netflix hit show, Nailed It. Heather and her fighter-pilot-turned-pastor husband, Eric have four children and live in Austin, Texas.Heather can be found at
Wren is a podcast strategy coach who helps Christian Women entrepreneurs start a podcast for marketing their business.  She specifically helps by saving time so that you don’t have to research all.the.things… and you can drop the stress and confusion of not knowing where to start, get back to serving your clients, and have an evergreen marketing system put into place. Wren is the host of two podcasts- Birds of a Feather and Don't Wing It.  In this conversation, Wren breaks down the challenges, benefits, and top 3 steps she would recommend if you want to start or re-launch a podcast and why podcasting is here to stay as a way to market your message to a wider audience! You can find Wren at: to Wren on her podcasts: book a FREE call with her at:
Andrea Fortenberry is a self-proclaimed recovering perfectionist who shares her journey with other mothers through her podcast, writing, speaking, and social media presence. In this episode, Andrea shares candidly about how her journey of navigating perfectionism has changed her perspective as a mother, Jesus follower, and mentor. You can find Andrea on Instagram and through her podcast, "The Perfectionist's Guide to Motherhood" linked below.
Pinterest and Pivots

Pinterest and Pivots


Sara Motes  is the founder of Motes Design. She loves helping women grow their businesses and making friends while they're at it through designing websites with your dream client in mind then creating Pinterest marketing strategies. (Heads up: her clients become her friends.) Sara thrives off of setting goals, creating to-do lists, then conquering them both.Most days you’ll probably find Sara:planning her next trip (National Parks are her vacation of choice)pinning ideas for remodeling her housereheating her coffee for the 9th time because she can never drink a whole cup in a day (She's tried)In this episode, Sara shares her story of God growing her business quickly and then shifting her calling this year to being a more present mother. Her heart, enthusiasm for serving others, and authenticity about being a driven entrepreneur is refreshing and encouraging!  Website: Links to free course and pin templates:
Sarah is a business enthusiast bringing passion and purpose to all. She’s an avid speaker of the importance of disciplines in our daily lives and how that can impact our inner motivation. While she’s a mom of 3 active boys, volunteers in her local church, and works in Corporate America, she started her own fitness business through her in-home studio, SPBfit in March of 2020.  That’s right, she started a business as the pandemic commenced and she’s never looked back. She has a passion for helping people realize their potential through exercise and mind, body and spirit health.Connect with Sarah at
Laura Fooks is the Cofounder + CEO (Chief Encouragement Officer!) of Light Speaks Loudest where she actively speaks life into teen girls through her subscription box service.  She considers herself a recovering perfectionist and striving anti-racist who has been changed irrevocably by God’s love. Laura and her husband, Aaron, live in Denver with their goldendoodle pup. You can find her on Instagram @lauramfooks
Becky Kopitzke is a multi-published author and founder of The Inspired Business, a coaching hub dedicated to helping faith-filled writers, communicators and creatives monetize their passion work in order to keep it sustainable. As a veteran blogger, professional copywriter and writing coach, Becky’s sweet spot is in digital product sales funnels, an ideal method for growing and serving an audience to support your business and ministry goals.Becky and her husband Chad live the crazy blessed life from home offices in northeast Wisconsin, where they share precious space with their two daughters, tables stacked with homework, and two devoted office dogs. Beyond work and family, Becky's second home is her church, where she leads women’s Bible studies, sings on the worship team, and is a regularly featured speaker for special events. She's a big fan of matcha lattes, family game night, historical fiction and pretty much anything chocolate.Find Becky online at and
In episode 14, Shelby Rose shared her heart on burn out as an entrepreneur and now she is back sharing how God has opened doors for her to go BACK to a 9-5, prepare to welcome her first baby, AND continue building her entrepreneurial dream.  If you were inspired by episode 14, get ready for some deeper inspiration as Shelby knocks the socks off the idea that you have to always have all the answers for where you're heading. Shelby is the Co-Founder of The Glow and Co, an Academic Coach, proud wife to her seminary student hubby, devoted dog-mama to her sweet golden doodle, and soon to be mama of her first baby arriving early March 2022. Shelby can be found on IG at and 
As women of faith, we know God is the ultimate provider who has given us the ability to make money, spend money, and manage and steward our resources in a wise way. But sometimes that is easier said than done and in this episode, Katie Jones breaks down how to make it simpler and achievable, so you can live abundantly, give generously, and radially advance the kingdom of God. Katie is a real estate agent and money coach who can be found at and on Instagram at Katie also has a Youtube channel and several resources to help you redeem your finances so you can live flexibly with the resources God has given you! 
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