An Interview with Nicole

How does your work stand out from others who do what you do?

I understand first-hand what it is like to want to help others and feel paralyzed as to how to bring forth my gifts into the world. I was stuck for a long time myself, in the wrong jobs, wandering around, disconnected from myself.

But I did the work and I changed that. And I am still doing the work, because I believe this is a life-long journey. So, I bring awareness, sensitivity and understanding to what my clients may also be going through. Using my intuition and empathy, I “get” where my clients are, so we can connect on an emotional level. Coaching is a deep process and a lot of emotions can come up, so being able to be with my clients in whatever space they are in is important to their growth.

My ability to balance my creativity with organization helps me understand my clients who have a creative, wandering mind and help them get more focused and organized. Likewise, the other way around, I leverage my creativity when my client may be stuck in a narrow perspective to help her to see more possibilities. My art background and natural creativity and zest for self-expression are tools I use to shake my clients out of their minds if need be.


What do you like most about your job?

I view this as a calling. It is beyond a job. And really, I think about us all that way – that we are here for a greater calling, and if we are to live richly fulfilling lives, we need to activating that deepest part of ourselves and offering our Light as a lifestyle, which can take many forms. Anyone who sees my astrological chart will know I am in the exact right profession – it’s a natural convergence of all my gifts, interests, and passions.

I love being a witness and participant to my clients’ growth and transformation. It is so rewarding to see the shift from when someone comes into a session feeling stuck or tangled, or wherever they are at, and then leaving with confidence, relief, a renewed sense of power and purpose, and a huge smile.

I feel blessed knowing that I was a part of helping them embrace who they are and empowering them to create the changes they want in their lives. And then, actually seeing them make those changes is so powerful. It’s truly amazing and humbling.


If you were a client, what would you want to know about your coach? What would make you decide to work with that coach?

For me, it comes down to that intuitive feeling, that “click” of is this the person to help me? You will know if you feel it. Make sure you feel a good connection with your coach. Otherwise, good questions to ask are, do you have experience coaching someone on The Topic that I need coaching on? What has been your clients’ results? What other experience and skills do you have to offer?

I would want to know what got the person into coaching in the first place. Why are they passionate about spiritual and self-development? What are they doing to evolve themselves on their own path? Are they doing the work, too? And does that fit what I am looking for in a coach?

Even though coaches have the skill set to coach on any topic without necessarily experiencing what the client is experiencing in her life, I personally would want a coach who has “been there, done that” and gets where I am coming from. I would want to feel that sense of empathy, understanding, and non-judgmental support. I strive to do this in my work with my clients.


What are the driving principles behind your work?

My values drive my business: Creativity, Play, Faith, and Risk for the sake of growth.


What else do you want people who are searching for that next evolution of themselves to know?

You get to choose how you want to be in each moment. We are so often shut down from ourselves because we are trying to be like others, to make decisions they will approve of in order to be accepted, liked, and loved. We sometimes forget how to connect to who we really are. Remember that each moment is a choice. Choosing to be you is a fluid, dynamic process, because you are always evolving, too.

Embracing and loving – deeply loving – who you are is the key to life fulfillment. In the history of the world, the world as it is now, and the world to come, there will never be anyone like you. Never. People crave what you have to offer. And actually, you are yearning to give it. Claim that you have something to offer and that that is a good thing. The Universe-God-Source gave you a purpose on this earth. It is your honor and responsibility to live it.

Are you ready to fulfill your potential and be all you can be?

An Interview with Nicole

How does your work stand out from others who do what you do?

I understand first-hand what it is like to want to help others and feel paralyzed as to how to bring forth my gifts into the world. I was stuck for a long time myself, in the wrong jobs, wandering around, disconnected from myself.

But I did the work and I changed that. And I am still doing the work, because I believe this is a life-long journey. So, I bring awareness, sensitivity and understanding to what my clients may also be going through. Using my intuition and empathy, I “get” where my clients are, so we can connect on an emotional level. Coaching is a deep process and a lot of emotions can come up, so being able to be with my clients in whatever space they are in is important to their growth.

My ability to balance my creativity with organization helps me understand my clients who have a creative, wandering mind and help them get more focused and organized. Likewise, the other way around, I leverage my creativity when my client may be stuck in a narrow perspective to help her to see more possibilities. My art background and natural creativity and zest for self-expression are tools I use to shake my clients out of their minds if need be.

What do you like most about your job?

I view this as a calling. It is beyond a job. And really, I think about us all that way – that we are here for a greater calling, and if we are to live richly fulfilling lives, we need to activating that deepest part of ourselves and offering our Light as a lifestyle, which can take many forms. Anyone who sees my astrological chart will know I am in the exact right profession – it’s a natural convergence of all my gifts, interests, and passions.

I love being a witness and participant to my clients’ growth and transformation. It is so rewarding to see the shift from when someone comes into a session feeling stuck or tangled, or wherever they are at, and then leaving with confidence, relief, a renewed sense of power and purpose, and a huge smile.

I feel blessed knowing that I was a part of helping them embrace who they are and empowering them to create the changes they want in their lives. And then, actually seeing them make those changes is so powerful. It’s truly amazing and humbling.

If you were a client, what would you want to know about your coach? What would make you decide to work with that coach?

For me, it comes down to that intuitive feeling, that “click” of is this the person to help me? You will know if you feel it. Make sure you feel a good connection with your coach. Otherwise, good questions to ask are, do you have experience coaching someone on The Topic that I need coaching on? What has been your clients’ results? What other experience and skills do you have to offer?

I would want to know what got the person into coaching in the first place. Why are they passionate about spiritual and self-development? What are they doing to evolve themselves on their own path? Are they doing the work, too? And does that fit what I am looking for in a coach?

Even though coaches have the skill set to coach on any topic without necessarily experiencing what the client is experiencing in her life, I personally would want a coach who has “been there, done that” and gets where I am coming from. I would want to feel that sense of empathy, understanding, and non-judgmental support. I strive to do this in my work with my clients.

What are the driving principles behind your work?

My values drive my business: Creativity, Play, Faith, and Risk for the sake of growth.

What else do you want people who are searching for that next evolution of themselves to know?

You get to choose how you want to be in each moment. We are so often shut down from ourselves because we are trying to be like others, to make decisions they will approve of in order to be accepted, liked, and loved. We sometimes forget how to connect to who we really are. Remember that each moment is a choice. Choosing to be you is a fluid, dynamic process, because you are always evolving, too.

Embracing and loving – deeply loving – who you are is the key to life fulfillment. In the history of the world, the world as it is now, and the world to come, there will never be anyone like you. Never. People crave what you have to offer. And actually, you are yearning to give it. Claim that you have something to offer and that that is a good thing. The Universe-God-Source gave you a purpose on this earth. It is your honor and responsibility to live it.

Are you ready to fulfill your potential and be all you can be?