EP 41: How to Know You’re Ready to Make the Leap & Start a Coaching Business

EP 41: How to Know You’re Ready to Make the Leap & Start a Coaching Business

Have you been thinking about becoming a coach for years—but every time you start preparing for it, another excuse comes up that gets in the way? Many people know they can’t continue “latering” their potential coaching businesses, but they’re just not sure they’re ready to make the leap. So, in this episode, Nicole will be…

EP 36: Client Interview: How Andrea Created $70k Over 16 Weeks with Her First Online Coaching Program!

EP 36: Client Interview: How Andrea Created $70k Over 16 Weeks with Her First Online Coaching Program!

Andrea has been an osteopath for over twenty years, as well as a nutritionist and naturopath for the past six years. In 2017, Andrea had a tough time in her business, having multiple people on her team resign at the same time, which led to her recognizing the power of bringing her business online. Today…

EP 33: How Wendy Massey Created $50k & Retired from Her Nursing Career in 16 Weeks

EP 33: How Wendy Massey Created $50k & Retired from Her Nursing Career in 16 Weeks

As a 20+ year registered nurse, Wendy Massey knew she wanted to make a difference in people’s lives—but unfortunately, the paychecks that were coming in were not enough to sustain her long-term. After signing up for my program, she was able to shift her wellness business to a place where she was able to comfortably…

EP 30: Perceived Limitations & Where Results Come From

EP 30: Perceived Limitations & Where Results Come From

People often experience various levels of success over the course of their careers, but what makes this occur? Nicole has observed many successful coaches and those wanting to achieve success, and she has seen time and time again that there are those who surrender to their self-perceived limitations—and those who find a way to overcome…

EP 29: My TOP 6+7-Figure Online Coaching Success Secret

EP 29: My TOP 6+7-Figure Online Coaching Success Secret

In the 1960s, a Stanford professor tested hundreds of children in what is referred to as “The Marshmallow Experiment” and revealed what is now believed to be one of the most important characteristics for success in work and life: a willingness to delay gratification. Although it would be great to achieve overnight success, the chances…