NIKKI GROOM is on a mission to help you own your voice and use it to grow your business and make an impact.
She is the host of Movement Makers, a podcast featuring in-depth conversations and unfiltered stories from business leaders and entrepreneurs who are making a difference on the planet, and founder of The 100 Stories Worth Telling Project, which seeks to amplify the voices of underrepresented entrepreneurs all over the world.
Nikki is passionate about the power of storytelling as a way for thought leaders to humanize their businesses, build relationships with the people they most want to serve, and inspire readers into action. She is also a firm believer that all businesses should lead with empathy.
Nikki has been hailed as “a force of nature”, “a rising superstar” and “one of the best” in her field. She appears in the book Winning the Battle for Attention by Stuart Atkins, was a contributing writer for the book End Sex Trafficking by Erin Giles, and has been featured by over 40 online publications and podcasts.
You can find her @NikkiGroom just about everywhere.
As Seen In
Written interviews & guest posts
Books I’ve contributed to or which feature me
Interview with Rebecca Tracey from The Uncaged Life
Rebecca interviewed me as part of her #3MoHustle interview series in which she asked me about my first three months in business, including how I got my first clients, how I decided what to charge, and more.
Interview with Sandra Pilarczyk
I had so much fun recording this video interview with Sandra Pilarczyk for her Live it Up Academy. Watch me talk about my top tips for your about page, how to overcome Writer’s Block, and my best copyediting tips.
Interview with Kathlyn Hart
When is a good-enough job not good enough to keep you from doing what you love?
In this interview, I talk about how I launched my copywriting business, my first few months in business, my favorite part about being a business owner, and how I handle fear.
Interview with Joyce Oladipo
How I created a business with a 3-month waitlist in its first year, and the misconception that stops so many entrepreneurs from making the money that they want.
Interview with Otiti Jasmine
What keeps my fire burning and what I do to stay on track.