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Movement Makers With Nikki Groom
39 minutes | Jul 30, 2021
36: Authentic & Effective Marketing With Krista Ripma
People do business with people—and the more “You” you can be, and the more you weave who you ARE and what’s important to you through everything you put out into the world, the better. Why? Because people get to know the real you, and start to trust you. In this episode, I talk with marketing strategist Krista Ripma about how you can turn real relationships with customers into actual sales. We also break down the three parts of a successful launch, and what an effective social media strategy should look like.
32 minutes | Jul 19, 2021
35: Define Your Social Legacy With Emily Chang
Now more than ever, social purpose has become an urgent leadership imperative. In this episode, I interview seasoned business executive Emily Chang, author of the bestselling book, The Spare Room. Over the past 21 years, Emily’s job—with renowned companies like Procter & Gamble, Apple, and Starbucks—has introduced her to 16 different young people in need, who she has been able to provide with sanctuary in her family's spare room. Emily shares how you, too, can identify your legacy and lead with purpose.
28 minutes | Jun 30, 2021
34: A Human Approach to Selling With Allison Davis
Are you ready to do sales differently? Well you’re in luck, because today’s guest is Allison Davis, a sales trainer and coach who has 20 years of experience at companies like National Geographic, Time Out North America, and Gabrielle Bernstein, Inc. Join us as we talk about how to go from fearful to joyful when selling, a great question you can use to open future sales calls, how to weave storytelling into your sales calls, and what your sales funnel should look like if you want to generate more leads.
42 minutes | Jun 16, 2021
33: Behind the Scenes of the Movement Makers Mastermind
Today’s episode is for if you’re ready to stop talking about your big business goals and start turning them into reality. I take you behind the scenes of the Movement Makers Mastermind with special guests - past mastermind participants Sarah Rainwater, Carrie Zarotney, and Alice Karolina - as we explore the importance of accountability, moving past fear and perfectionism, running a business that serves you as much as your clients, and so much more. For more information on Movement Makers Mastermind, head over to http://nikkigroom.com/mastermind.
40 minutes | May 28, 2021
32: Exploring the Human Side of Money With Jacquette M. Timmons
How you treat the money you currently have is how you’ll treat “more.” So says this week’s guest, financial behaviorist Jacquette M. Timmons. Jacquette is committed to helping you see that, if you want a stronger personal financial foundation, you need a strong business financial foundation. In other words, your business ought to serve you, too. In this episode of the podcast, we talk about pricing, revenue, money mindset - and the fact that you really can do well and do good. Click play now to be inspired!
47 minutes | May 14, 2021
31: Advocating For Yourself Unapologetically With Katie McDonald
Taking care of business at the expense of taking care of yourself? This episode is for you. My guest Katie McDonald, CEO of b.nourished, shares how she had to apply her knowledge of self-care to transform her life when finding herself depleted from chronic overwork. Today, she is devoted to coaching others to make the deliberate choices it takes to become the people they want and deserves to be. In this interview, you’ll learn how to develop a non-negotiable self-care strategy that propels you to excellence.
42 minutes | Apr 29, 2021
30: Unlocking Your Voice As A Trusted Thought Leader With Alexia Vernon
Have you ever wondered what it might mean to speak with unshakeable confidence? In this episode of the podcast, I interview Alexia Vernon about her unique and effective approach to communication and leadership development. Dubbed a “Moxie Maven” by President Obama’s White House Office of Public Engagement, Alexia shares how you can use your voice to make a lasting impact - whether you want to become a sought-after speaker, or a sought-after advisor to corporate teams, entrepreneurs, and emerging leaders.
11 minutes | Mar 4, 2021
29: How to Use Jealousy As Fuel & Motivation For Your Success
This week on the show, I want to talk to you about jealousy. More specifically, the way we react to people who are doing the things that we want to do. In this episode, I share one simple truth that will help you see jealousy as fuel you’re not using and provide a timely reminder: that, this Women’s History Month, it’s hard for us to be what we cannot see. There isn’t a limited amount of success to go around, and the world still needs what you have to offer. Enjoy this episode? Be sure to leave a review!
42 minutes | Feb 15, 2021
28: Developing Personal Empowerment Through Self-Awareness with Jodi Flynn
In this episode of the podcast, the tables are turned once again and Jodi Flynn interviews me for her Women Taking The Lead podcast about worthiness, shame, women's credibility, and finding freedom by giving ourselves permission to fail. One gem from our conversation that Jodi really liked was this one: “The self-aware leader is an empowered leader.” Listen in and don’t forget to leave a review if you enjoyed our conversation.
19 minutes | Jan 29, 2021
27: Arlan Hamilton: Turning Inequality Into Opportunity
Arlan Hamilton built a venture capital fund from the ground up, while homeless. She is the Founder of Backstage Capital, a fund that is dedicated to minimizing funding disparities in tech by investing in high-potential founders who are people of color, women, and/or LGBTQ. I interviewed Arlan Hamilton last year right around the time she launched her first book, It’s About Damn Time: How to Turn Being Underestimated Into Your Biggest Advantage. Check out what she had to share about her incredible success.
30 minutes | Jan 15, 2021
26: How to Show Up Online When You’re Worried About How You Look
Ever felt like you're the only one struggling with something? Leaning on a supportive community has helped me whenever I've needed someone to remind me that I’m not alone, reflect back to me the possibilities for my life and business, and help me take the right next step. Which is why in this episode I give one community member the chance to workshop her challenges live with me on air, so you can benefit from hearing what she’s up against and see how we workshop the obstacles in her path together. Listen in.
53 minutes | Jan 1, 2021
25: How to Turn Being an Outsider Into a Superpower with Giselle Ugarte
A professional pep talker who is passionate about marketing, motivation, and helping you see your potential, Giselle Ugarte is a motivational speaker and executive coach who has rocked the stage with millionaire entrepreneurs and clocked up over 100k TikTok followers. In this episode, you’ll learn how to stop asking for permission and start building an engaged social media following by being yourself. Enjoy this episode? Subscribe, leave a review, and share it with someone you know would love to listen in!
50 minutes | Dec 25, 2020
24: How to Overcome Perfectionism As An Entrepreneur
Ever feel like your launches are not planned enough or just straight-up messy? Recently, I was invited to my friend Anne Samoilov’s podcast to talk about launching, among other things. The theme of our conversation quickly became, "Doing the best you can with what you have.” I wanted to share this interview with you here because I talk about my personal experiences with launching a new book, a new website, a new community, a new season of this podcast, and a new round of the Movement Makers Mastermind - all at the same time. I kid you not! Overachievers and perfectionists, this one’s for you! No matter what you’re launching, you’re going to love the takeaways from this episode. If you do, please leave a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts. You can also grab the first chapter of my new book at https://www.nikkigroom.com/book for FREE!
26 minutes | Dec 18, 2020
23: How to Write Your Book While You’re Busy Making Money
Do you want to write a book? Wondering where to start? Recently, I published my first book, “A Power of Your Own: How to Ignite Your Potential, Uncover Your Purpose, and Blaze Your Own Trail in Life and Business,” and in this episode, I’m sharing a behind-the-scenes look at what it actually took to bring the book to life. In this episode, you’ll learn: How to transform your big dreams into realistic goals. How to give yourself permission to write the book you actually want to write. What to do before you write your first chapter. How to work through any disempowering beliefs that surface. How to reframe your goals in a way that makes them instantly actionable. How to recognize when perfectionism is getting in the way. Enjoy this episode? Please leave a review. You can download the first chapter of my new book at https://www.nikkigroom.com/book
51 minutes | Jul 22, 2018
22: Doing Meaningful Work with Ian Frank
A disabled US Marine Veteran whose son was receiving chemotherapy for brain cancer, commercial photographer and video editor Ian Frank realized something: he wanted to use his second chance at life to use his photography in service of others and become “a voice for the voiceless.” In this interview, we talk about how he risks his life for his art and he sends a powerful message to anyone who’s ever wanted to do something meaningful with their life. To help Ian, visit GoFundMe.com/fundraiser-for-ian-frank.
50 minutes | Jul 9, 2018
21: Future Proofing Your Business with Kelsey Ramsden
Twice-named Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneur, Kelsey Ramsden has 15+ years experience running multiple 8-figure businesses. Born of generations of grit and determination, she overcame a devastating cancer prognosis and today helps driven leaders future-proof their businesses and survive their successes. In this episode, we talk about the mental training you need to integrate success in a way that matters to you, the one question you need to ask if you want to make the most out of every day, and much more.
42 minutes | Jun 25, 2018
20: Harnessing the Power of Social Media with Tammy Tibbetts
At age 23, Tammy had an idea for a social media campaign that would fundraise for girls’ education in low-income countries. She shared her idea with a Facebook friend, they created a YouTube video, and that video became the She’s The First movement: a nonprofit that fights gender inequality by supporting girls who will be first in their families to graduate from high school. Today She’s The First reaches millions of people and has changed the lives of almost 1,000 students around the world.
37 minutes | Jun 11, 2018
19: Overcome Your Self-Limiting Money Stories with Amanda Steinberg
Amanda Steinberg launched DailyWorth in 2009 to bring a fresh voice and an outsider’s perspective to personal finance. In 2015, she started digital investing service WorthFM, which received front-page coverage in The New York Times Business section. She's one of Oprah's SuperSoul 100, and in 2016 Forbes named her one of 21 New American Money Masters. Amanda has appeared on GMA, Today, CNN, and MSNBC. And last year, she published her book Worth It: Your Life, Your Money, Your Terms.
45 minutes | May 28, 2018
18: Making Your Work Your Activism with Andréa Ranae
Andréa Ranae is a vision-led facilitator and coach who is deeply committed to cultivating a world that works for everyone, and does so by placing her work at the intersections of personal growth, social justice and conscious business. In this interview, we talk about how to find your voice and your place when you’re worried about the repercussions of speaking out, and why it’s important to decide what you’re going to do with the power that you have if you don’t want to be complicit in systems of oppression.
43 minutes | May 14, 2018
17: How to Land Publicity and Impact Millions with Selena Soo
Selena Soo is a publicity and marketing strategist for visionary entrepreneurs, experts and authors who want to reach millions with their message. She’s helped clients and students get featured in places like The Oprah Magazine, Forbes, and Inc., and land interviews on national TV. In this episode, she shares the inner work that has to happen before you become a household name, why a rags-to-riches story isn’t enough if you want to get attention, and what to think about as you’re developing your story.
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