Nicole Holland is a highly sought-after Media Strategist & Coach, specializing in Podcasts & Podcast Guesting. She held a coveted “New & Noteworthy” distinction from Apple Podcasts for over 2 years, was named in The Huffington Post as one of “5-Must-Follow Women Entrepreneurs”, and has been featured on popular podcasts and publications including Entrepreneur Magazine, where her podcast was identified as one of the “48 Best Podcasts for Entrepreneurs” alongside powerhouse podcasters including Oprah Winfrey, Guy Raz and Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Nicole is the secret weapon to whom innovators, disrupters, and thought leaders turn when they are ready to amplify their visibility, credibility, and profitability by strategically leveraging podcasts for business growth.
Mike and Nicole cover a ton of great stuff in this episode, including how, as a kid, her normal was completely dysfunctional and led to emancipation from her parents when she was 16, how she decided to walk away from her career as a correctional officer to become a business coach, how and why she staged her first business summit (and how that changed everything for her), how she’s embraced the notion that nothing is a bad experience and why she chooses to release, rather than forgive when things don’t go her way.
And now here’s Nicole Holland.
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