So, these interviews happened . . .

No is no and yes is yes.
Conflict does not have to be adversarial.
Everything about you is exactly as it should be.
Live in out loud ways.
You already have all the permission you need.

9 weeks. 6 interviews.

A torrent of revelations.

Slipping slowly back into the swing of things, today?

Choose just one of these interviews to watch, to get you into the right frame of mind for the year ahead.

(Psst, more interviews juuust around the bend.)

An interview with Rebecca Tracey from The Uncaged Life

Rebecca Tracey: On mixing life & pleasure

Rebecca Tracey is a jet-setting Business Coach, and the head (only) honcho at The Uncaged Life.

She works with clients from all over the world who want to run location-independent businesses. To date, she’s helped 100+ big thinkers find their message, create packages that sell, and learn to do business THEIR way.

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An interview with Erika Napoletano: On giving yourself permissionErika Napoletano: On giving yourself permission

Erika Napoletano is the Head Redhead at RHW Media, Inc., a strategy firm that helps people and brands get UNstuck.

Forbes have described Erika as “a redheaded, tattooed Tina Fey with a special weakness for four letter words,” but she’s also an award-winning author, including The Power of Unpopular, a columnist for both Entrepreneur Magazine and OPEN Forum, an acclaimed speaker from TEDx, and speaks at conferences across the U.S. on the inherent power of truth in business . . . or the power of unpopularity.

Click here for the interview.

An interview with Kendrick Shope: On doing the common things uncommonly well.Kendrick Shope: On doing the common things uncommonly well

Kendrick Shope is creator of the Authentic Selling™ process, sales coach, momma to a beautiful little girl and all-round Southern gal.

Kendrick believes that selling should never feel icky or pushy and that, if you want to run a profitable business, selling is a non-negotiable skill set—but it shouldn’t feel uncomfortable or forced.

She teaches her clients to sell in a way that feels good so they can transform their business and enjoy happier clients, longer wait lists, and more revenue than they ever imagined possible.

Click here for the interview.

An interview with Ronna Detrick, Speaker. Writer. Spiritual Evocator. Ronna Detrick: On why YOUR story matters

Informed and fueled by theological study, a Masters in Divinity degree, a certificate in Spiritual Direction, a diverse professional background within (and without) the church, and lots of life experience, Ronna Detrick re-imagines the ancient narratives of women in Scripture to redeem the individual and corporate narratives of women today.

Not for the faint of heart, she steps into oft’ taboo topics with courage, grace, and unlimited hope – inviting the same in her readers, her audiences, and her ever-expanding scope of influence.

Click here for the interview.

Interview withJulie Daley: On knowing who you are

Julie Daley is a certified coach, writer, teacher, and the creator of Unabashedly Female. She’s also a TEDx speaker, HuffPo blogger, and the creator of Becoming a Force of Nature, a leadership program for women.

Julie helps women who long to rediscover the sacred creativity and leadership that is at the heart of their nature as women. A graduate of Stanford University with a degree in Interaction Design, Julie also teaches Creativity and Leadership at Stanford Continuing Studies, as well as to corporations and organizations.

Click here for the interview.

Video Interview with Dyana ValentineDyana Valentine: On leading with what you’re rrrreally good at

Dyana is NOT for the faint of heart.

She’s spent 13+ years teaching leaders to listen to themselves and complete seemingly impossible projects – we’re talking major brand overhauls, six-figure product launches, full-fledged manuscripts.

In a past life, she was an idiot-savant microsurgery tech, worked for the Olympics committee, and was personally approached by the FBI with a recruitment invitation — for classified reasons — on two separate occasions.

She’s a firehose of ingenuity, a profoundly inspiring coach, and only works with a limited number of people at a time.

Click here for the interview.


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2 thoughts on “So, these interviews happened . . .

  1. Hey Nikki, new fan here. Love your work. You’ve lined up the cavalry here, for sure. I love Kendrick, and what she stands for. I also love the frankness of Erika. Looking forward to digging into these interviews. Just wanted to wave and say heeellooouuu to you.

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