MeJane's blog by Nadine Nicholson


video message + 3 simple questions to get grounded for the year #mejane

Nadine Nicholson - Wednesday, January 04, 2017

My family and I just got back from two weeks in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. It was amazing to get away from the city and breathe the fresh mountain air.

I had two intentions for our family:

1) To spend as much time as possible in Mother Nature, no matter what the temperature was outside.
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How to harness the power of walking meetings #mejane

Nadine Nicholson - Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Do you ever find yourself at your desk for hours on end?

Ever feel like your energy is “stuck” and you know you need a mental break?

Today I share one of the top tools that I use in my business every day. It gets my body and energy moving and feeds my physical health, mental health and spiritual health in a big way.
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4 strategies to slow down time and enjoy life as an entrepreneur #mejane

Nadine Nicholson - Thursday, September 08, 2016

Did you start your business for the dream of freedom?

Are you exhausted by how busy you are and worried your personal life is paying the price?

I work with people just like you every day. In our work together, my clients take control
of their time, make more money and become happier at home.

You know your time on this planet is finite. Every day you’re bombarded by messages to stay busy and do more stuff.

Then, every year, you see kids going back to school in the fall and see how fast they’re growing up. Perhaps your own child is now in college or you realize it is right around the corner.
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5 easy ways to take a digital vacation this weekend #mejane

Nadine Nicholson - Thursday, August 18, 2016

As a business owner you’re constantly connected to a zillion digital-based things. I know I am! At your fingertips are your iPhone, text messages and email stream. And then there’s Facebook, LinkedIn and Google.

But is there a cost of never having a true vacation from these addicting devices? The answer is yes – and the cost is huge.

Never having a break from the digital world stops you from being truly connected to the rest of your own world – like your health, relationships with your partner and kids, and friendships. Plus, your brain never gets a rest so you cannot be the best you can be for your clients. Read More

What to do when people say you are crazy for being self-employed #mejane

Nadine Nicholson - Wednesday, December 03, 2014

Do you ever get tired of people insinuating you are “crazy” for being self-employed?

The world we live in is simply not an entrepreneurial culture.

Rather it is heavily steeped in the idea that you need to get an education, get a good job, stay there as long as you can, put up with whatever is thrown at you, and be happy that you have a pay cheque and so-called security.

Just the other day, when talking with an entrepreneur from San Francisco, she said her father resisted her decision to leave her full-time job a year ago to start her own private psychology practice.  Read More

My fear of working on my vacation (and how I got over it) #mejane

Nadine Nicholson - Wednesday, February 12, 2014


noun, often attributive
\vā-ˈkā-shən, və-\

: a period of time that a person spends away from home, school, or business usually in order to relax or travel

Have you ever wanted to take a vacation and TRULY be able to take a break from your business and rest—but haven’t been sure how to do that?
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The great divide: the biggest challenge for many women in business

Nadine Nicholson - Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Do you ever feel a conflict between growing your business and spending time with your family?

Ever struggle finding the right pace to push things forward to grow your business?

In my interactions with my clients, business partners and other business owners, one of their biggest challenges is their own “gas pedal” and how quickly to grow their businesses.

I know this is certainly the case for me. I’m constantly calibrating how fast I grow. And, it’s not easy.

Like you, I’m a motivated, ambitious person. My business is an expression of my life purpose and it’s important to me to evolve it — so I’m able to fully serve the people I’m meant to serve.

If this is how you feel in your business, what can you do about it?  Read More