#730: Moving On to a Healthy and Thriving Life! with Nicole Walters
Need inspiration? Nicole Walters, a former corporate powerhouse turned multi-million-dollar business owner and author of the upcoming memoir ‘NOTHING IS MISSING: A MEMOIR OF LIVING BOLDLY,’ sat down with me to talk about juggling.
Challenges women face in the entrepreneurial world, from work-life balance to money mindset are no joke. Nicole shares her game-changing tips on how to ‘ask boldly,’ monetize your gifts, and why you should never, ever work for free. Don’t miss this empowering conversation leaving you ready to conquer your world, your way!
Here’s a glance at the episode:
[00:11:18] Granting Oneself Grace: Nicole shares the importance of self-compassion and acknowledging your own efforts rather than constantly pushing for more.
[00:20:28] The Art of Letting Go: Nicole discusses the necessity of shedding old habits and structures to pave the way for a more sustainable life and business.
[00:24:03] Family First: Nicole emphasizes the irreplaceable value of family and personal time, sharing insights from billionaires who regret not prioritizing this.
[00:31:12] Money Matters: Nicole breaks down why you should never be afraid to make money and how it can be a force for good in the world.
[00:32:35] Know Your Worth: Nicole urges women to stop undervaluing their time and talents, advocating for the monetization of their unique gifts.
[00:33:31] Money as a Tool: Nicole dispels the myth that your worth is tied to your wealth, framing money as a tool for doing good.
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