MeJane's blog by Nadine Nicholson


3 questions to get more from your time #mejane

Nadine Nicholson - Monday, February 05, 2018

At the end of my coaching sessions, I love “locking in the learning” by asking my clients what they walked away with.

One client recently said, “I learned how to slow down to slow down.”

I believe these words are profound. Read More

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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The #1 cause of feeling stuck and behind – and how to solve it in only 10 minutes a day #mejane

Nadine Nicholson - Wednesday, June 01, 2016

You’re driven to achieve.

You love the thrill of accomplishment.

The buzz of what’s next.

Your results-driven nature is a given.

You’ve got a primal instinct to be more, to do more.

And it’s not going to change.

However, there’s some irony in your drive to achieve.
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Time makeovers: 3 high-achieving entrepreneurs who stopped exhausting themselves #mejane

Nadine Nicholson - Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Have you ever wanted to make a leap in your business – your next bold move – but then you got tired just from thinking about how much you were ALREADY doing?

You’re ambitious. You love getting results and making things happen. You’ve got a primal instinct to be more, to do more.

And, that instinct is not going to change.

That being said, it’s easy to fall into a trap…

… where you feel like you’re not doing enough and need to work harder and harder just to catch up.

… where you think there’s not enough time in the day to do all there is to do.

… where you worry you’re getting older and running out of time to do what you really want to do. Read More

5 tips to maximize the value of your professional development #mejane

Nadine Nicholson - Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Have you ever invested in a business program and wondered if there were ways to get the most out of it?

Recently, I invested in a year long business coaching program with two brilliant coaches in California.

They are a husband and wife team, and I’m grateful to learn from a married couple navigating both life and business together.

I just returned home after a one-week business retreat with them. It was intensive and pivotal for my development as an entrepreneur – and the difference I’m here to make. Read More

Feeling overwhelmed? 6 reasons why "powering through" is not the answer

Nadine Nicholson - Thursday, December 08, 2011

Do you get the feeling most people are pretty stressed right about now?

Last week when the calendar flipped to December 1, it felt like the world held in its breath and has been holding it ever since.

My massage therapist, who’s been doing his craft for 15 years, said this year stands out from all his others. He says the majority of his patients are “done with 2011 and ready to put it behind them.”

I just held a teleclass with an incredible group of women to help them develop their vision for 2012.  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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