Nicole Dean Martyr Missionary or Meaningless

Nicole Dean: How to Tell if You're a Martyr, a Missionary, or MeaninglessNicole Dean’s theory is that we have 3 areas of our lives and if we get out of balance and don’t take care of all three of them, we will have issues and become a martyr, a missionary, or meaningless. My guest on this podcast, Nicole Dean, is launching the Awesomization Nation Movement so that amazing business people can share more of their awesome selves by focusing on daily actions for all 3 areas. And then acting on their promptings to be even more awesome. I have had a crush on Kid President for a while because of his sassy messages about being awesome, but this is even better.

An unbalanced life looks different depending on which area you’re neglecting. For instance, If you focus only on your life and business, you will feel meaningless because that inward focus doesn’t serve anyone else. If you focus only on your life and the world, you’ll be a missionary because you won’t be making any money. (Boo!) And finally, if you focus only on your business and the world and neglect yourself, you become a martyr and your health, sanity, and peace are in jeopardy. Does any of this ring a bell? I have to ask because I can’t see you nodding your head.

In today’s podcast, you will learn how to put all 3 pieces together so that more awesome can happen including:

  • What compelled Nicole to encourage us to be awesome right now
  • What awesome people do that’s different from others
  • What prevents us from accomplishing our goals
  • Special challenges that women have with showing their awesome
  • The darker side of awesome and how to deal with it
  • Effective tools for managing overwhelm
Most of the fears that prevent us from doing stuff aren't as powerful as we build them up in our minds to be. Often, we build fears up to mythical proportions until they beat us down before we even get started. ~ Allegra SinclairClick to Tweet

Meet my friend, Nicole Dean

Nicole Dean, of Nicole on the Net, is a published author, popular speaker, super successful blogger and podcast, and a Coaches Coach and business consultant to really smart people. She is frequently asked to teach about blogging, outsourcing, earning passive income and creating information products, among other things.   Because she is so accomplished you might expect her to be stuffy but not this powerhouse! She loves to travel, has a distinctive laugh and is a bit geeky. Her vast business knowledge is paired with a huge heart that she feeds by doing work with orphans and fostering dogs in transition from abused situations into new loving homes.

Nicole’s mission is to make the web and the world a better place and to have a lot of fun while doing it. What was your favorite nugget from today’s episode? Are you willing to step up and show the world more of your awesome? Declare your intention in the comments or by leaving a review on iTunes so we can all celebrate with you!

Want to Tweet about this episode? Thank you in advance! These will help:

Grab awesome by the cojones and make things happen! - Nicole DeanClick to Tweet Awesome people take lots of tiny little actions to reach their goals. - Nicole DeanClick to Tweet Most of the fears that prevent us from doing stuff aren't as powerful as we build them up to be. - Allegra SinclairClick to Tweet What if I put it in writing and don't do it? Darling, what if you do? - Nicole DeanClick to Tweet The known is a safe place to be. Even when it's not. - Nicole DeanClick to Tweet Change is reversible, transformation is permanent. A butterfly can never become a caterpillar again. - Nicole DeanClick to Tweet

Links mentioned in this episode:

Nicole Dean

Beachpreneurs Event (affil link)

The Awesomization Movement (affil link)

About the author 

Allegra M. Sinclair

Allegra Sinclair is a professional coach and confidence expert. She hates to see women living small and loves to help them change how they show up in the world.

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