MeJane's blog by Nadine Nicholson


Zero Sum Game: not just another mindset shift #mejane

Nadine Nicholson - Wednesday, February 08, 2017

Here’s a problem I see nearly every day with women in business.

It’s all about getting stuck in the Zero Sum Game.

(I’ll tell you about it and then show you how to get out.)

Zero Sum is where one person’s gain means someone else's loss, so the net benefit is zero.
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How this one practice leads to more consistent cash flow #mejane

Nadine Nicholson - Wednesday, July 08, 2015

A few weeks ago, one of my friends asked me this question:

“Nadine, what’s one thing you wished you did a lot earlier in your business?”

It stumped me at first, mostly because there’s very little I would have done differently.

I know every up and down has been a learning opportunity and makes me more equipped to serve my clients.

Then, a light bulb went on.

There IS something that I wish I did A LOT sooner in my business.

This thing comes naturally to me and I do it regularly now.

I show my clients how to do this with authenticity and know for certain this one practice is the core driver for consistent cash flow in my business. Read More

Revealed: the success secret few are talking about #mejane

Nadine Nicholson - Wednesday, June 25, 2014

There’s a real problem happening in the world of small business.

And I was a victim myself.

Check out any entrepreneurship book, blog or magazine.

What you’ll see is a conversation about client attraction, websites, list generation, social media, branding, money, selling, marketing, etc.  Read More

Are you spending time on the right stuff?

Nadine Nicholson - Wednesday, June 15, 2011

One of the mistakes I see entrepreneurs making over and over (and I was guilty of this too) is to put client relationship building on the back burner in exchange for getting stuff done and out the door.

I get it. Having your own business comes with a big work load.

You are trying to keep up.

I also believe it's not a luxury to proactively build client relationships. It’s FUNDAMENTAL for you to be ABLE to do your best work.
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