MeJane's blog by Nadine Nicholson


How to make decisions you can be proud of #mejane

Nadine Nicholson - Thursday, September 21, 2017

You get faced with new opportunities every day.

In a 24-hour period you make multiple decisions about what to do, when to do it and how to do it.

Do you ever slow down enough to see if you’re making those decisions to the best of your ability – in a way you can be proud of? Read More

A simple way to nail down what matters most #mejane

Nadine Nicholson - Thursday, August 31, 2017

You know your life is precious.

You know your time on this Earth is limited and not guaranteed.

Yet, do you ever find yourself moving through the days without TRULY doing what matters most to you?

One weekend not that long ago, my family and I were hanging out at our place in the Rocky Mountains. Read More

5 tips for a smoother transition after a retreat or vacation #mejane

Nadine Nicholson - Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Have you ever gone away for a retreat or vacation and then had a rough entry back?

A coaching client recently asked for me to write about this topic. 

After returning from a retreat, she struggled with “re-entry” into her family.

She grew a lot while away and was not the same person when she got back home.  Read More

Top 5 experiences from 3 weeks in Indonesia #mejane

Nadine Nicholson - Thursday, July 13, 2017

Have you ever wanted to go to Bali?

Or maybe you have been there and want to go back?

Every year between Christmas and New Year’s, I write a list of what I would love to do, see and create over the next year. Read More

5 easy ways to tap into your feminine side #mejane

Nadine Nicholson - Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Do you buy into the belief that if you push harder and do more, you will be more successful?

Have you ever wondered if there is another way to have success?

Most of my life – up until about three years ago – I thought I had to work harder to get ahead. Read More

The bright side of having a sore throat #mejane

Nadine Nicholson - Thursday, May 11, 2017

At this time of the year, all sorts of viruses are floating around just waiting to find a home.

Have you ever had a virus that causes you to nearly lose your voice?

Your throat is connected to the fifth chakra. It’s all about sound, rhythm, vibration and words.  Read More

3 tangible benefits of going on a retreat #mejane

Nadine Nicholson - Thursday, April 27, 2017

You are juggling a lot.

Trying to grow business. Make a good living. Stay on top of your relationships. Pay bills on time. Take a vacation. Finish at least one book on your nightstand. Spend time with your partner. Or carve out time to find the right partner.

Did I mention trying to keep your health off the backburner?

Just staying on top of everything on your plate can feel like a full-time job.

There is no doubt you have a lot pulling at you, vying for your attention.

It can feel exhausting.  Read More

3 entrepreneurial lessons from an inspiring public servant #mejane

Nadine Nicholson - Wednesday, March 15, 2017

One of my most inspiring mentors recently announced his retirement.

It took me down memory lane thinking of the many lessons learned from this man and how much entrepreneurs can stand to learn from this inspiring public servant.

He is responsible for providing clean drinking water for 1.3 million people and for garbage and recycling collection for over 300,000 homes.  Read More

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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3 life-changing books for your nightstand #mejane

Nadine Nicholson - Wednesday, January 25, 2017

“Time to read?”

You might be asking me right now.

You’re a go-getter and I wouldn’t be surprised if many nights your head hits the pillow with exhaustion.

You may already have a pile of books on your nightstand, wondering when you’ll get to finishing them.
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