Nicole Majik is an empowerment alchemist who uses her many skillsets to empower leaders, entrepreneurs, and executives who feel stuck in one or more areas of life. Her diverse background includes biology, chemistry, metaphysics, finance, and work experience at a corporate job. She pulls from these resources to offer an abundance of transformation programs including workshops, meditations, intuitive awakenings, aura photography, and speaking engagements. Nicole has curated her web-based business to work for her lifestyle of being a full-time influential businesswoman and running a household. Her work/life balance is something all of us Wild Web Women can strive for (check out her work/life balance tips in the interview for inspiration).

What inspired you to launch a web-based business?  I had been contemplating it for scale up purposes and then Covid hit, making it less of an option and more of a necessity…so I embraced it with open arms.

What do you love most about having your own business? I love that I get to choose everything…from time with my family and friends, time for myself and time for my business…I can choose everything that fits into the best time for each category in my life and I don’t have to “FIT” things into a predetermined block of time that a j.o.b. allows me.

What is the most challenging about running a business? At first, finding the groove, keeping the balance and making time for self care was a “thing”…now it is keeping up with rapid growth spurts and phases that I didn’t see coming LOL. It’s a great challenge to have!

What are some of your proudest accomplishments?

  • Creating a team using conscious leadership, conscious goal setting and planning to create a highly efficient and fulfilled team.
  • Changing and impacting lives around the world. I have clients in 11 countries and love when I wake up to the “love notes” that I get thanking me for magical transformations.
  • It still is amazing to me when I go somewhere and I hear someone talking, “I think that’s Nicole Majik…Is that Nicole Majik…it is!” It’s an interesting feeling going from super shy little girl who wanted to be invisible to being more and more visible and impactful every year!

What are some professional risks you’ve taken that led to positive outcomes? I have always taken certain risks that have bettered my situation/growth/position, and I think the biggest one was leaving a 6 figure corporate job to pursue my own business… even with the Covid curveball that was thrown at me having 34 gigs canceled right after I resigned from the job. Despite all that, it was a huge pivot and was the best thing I did in my life!

Where’s your favorite place to get work done? Anywhere that allows for me to spread out and get creative.

Name three web tools you can’t live without.

Do you have any professional role models? If so, who?

What is the one book you would recommend other female entrepreneurs read? The 15 Commitments of Conscious Leadership by Jim Dethmer, Diana Chapman and Kaley Warner Klemp

Do you have favorite podcasts

Are you part of any mastermind or networking groups? If so, which ones?

My group: The Alchemy of Transformation.

A few other Facebook groups I am in:

What does your typical day look like? I do my morning manifestation meditation right as I am waking up (staying in that in-between state that is most magical for manifestation) before I even get out of bed. I listen to my morning music that motivates me and keeps me in a state of gratitude and intuitive reception. I will hop on my vibration plate listening to this and going over my vision, giving gratitude for what I have accomplished so far and seeing/feeling experiencing the sensations of the successes ahead as if they have already occurred.  If it is exercise day I will do that and then get physically ready for the day ahead now that the mental, emotional and spiritual bodies are aligned.

I have my agenda/schedule ready for me and before I start working, I will make sure I take care of something for myself or my family – you know those things that tend to slip through the cracks and never get done like taking care of an appointment that needs to be set up, a special bill that needs to be paid, etc. I make sure something gets done from my list of things that are meaningful yet don’t always make the high priority list because they are mundane. This gives me a sense of accomplishment for my family unit/myself before I even start the day helping others and keeps me in a state of balance, focus, and presence.

I go about my schedule and am able to greet my children when they come home from school with time blocked off from my calendar to give them attention they may need. I have a wrap up sequence at the end of my work day to shut down and be prepared for the next day so I can shift easily and effortlessly from work to home.

Kids are getting older, so it’s always a treat to have everyone at the dinner table together, enjoying a meal and discussing topics.

How do you unplug from work? I have a “shutdown sequence” that I initiate at the end of the day so as to disengage from work and transition into home and/or play.

Wild Web Women Interview with Nicole Majik of Majik LLCWhat tips for maintaining work/life balance would you give to other businesswomen?

  1. Get clear and concise. Really define what you want to accomplish and be detailed about it.
  2. Get focused. Make commitments to yourself of what you are willing to do to get there.
  3. Create a plan and then WORK THAT PLAN! Every small action is important!
  4. Evaluate regularly for alignment to keep that balance

The more you do this regularly the easier it is to STAY in alignment.

What’s something you do every day to take care of yourself? I stay aware of my body signs.  I acknowledge whatever thoughts and feelings I have that come up as well as any pains or “pings” my body shows me. I allow myself the time and space to process these things, analyze them and release them. This gives me a deeper understanding of myself and my situations. It allows me the chance to evaluate and choose what may need to be changed or tended to.

What is a quote you live by?

“Other peoples’ expectations are not your responsibility to fulfill. You are responsible for following your true essence and walking in your own divine path.” ~Nicole Majik

“Do your thing and don’t care if they like it.” ~Tina Fey

What investments have most helped your business grow? I learned that really understanding your business from all angles is super important to the growth of the business (and especially the owner!). The investments that were the most effective and efficient were not all the freebie info, webinars and $27 programs I sifted through and purchased not knowing what I needed. The things that really moved me forward were investing in MYSELF with purpose – a coach, a web designer, a project manager and a VA (Virtual Assistant). I knew what I needed and found the right fits for what I needed at the time that was appropriate.

Did I make mistakes? Yeah, a LOT of them, so I learned a LOT too! I learned what questions to ask to find out what I actually need NOW vs. what I thought I needed. I learned what questions to ask a coach to figure out if they were the right fit for ME and my business, so I wouldn’t be paying them just to fit me into their mold. I learned the value in developing my own discernment and making decisions that were in alignment with what I desired so I could always get what I want. These are just a few of the secrets I share with my clients.

Business-wise, where do you see yourself in 10 years? I see myself traveling and speaking, engaging much larger audiences like the female version of Dr. Joe Dispenza. Ten years ago I didn’t think I would be on a stage speaking to over 300 people, and I did that a few years back before the pandemic hit…next will be 3,000 and who knows after that! I have a mission to impact the lives of 1 million women to embrace their truth, passion and purpose and live a life they love in fearless authenticity.

What advice would you give your younger self? I would give my younger self a huge hug and show her that her “different” that was shunned and misunderstood, stifled and looked down on is the very thing that people seek in her later in life that sets her apart as special, even magickal…I would tell her to embrace those things because people who don’t understand only act in accordance with their insecurities, fears and limiting beliefs. I would explain that when they don’t know HOW to support you, they just don’t. It is not because you are bad or unloved, it is merely because you represent something that challenges their limiting belief, and they don’t know what to do with that because they are not ready to accept something else to be true.

What is the number one piece of advice would you give to someone who wants to run a web-based business? Get super clear on what you want to accomplish. Until you start really defining what you want, you will not know where to begin. Most of my clients come to me and really do not know how to define what they want. This is the first step of the discovery process that will catapult your personal and your business growth. You want visibility, results and abundance and you want them fast? Get clear on what you WANT before you even begin…and get a coach that can truly take you through those steps because there is nothing more frustrating than being in the same exact place year after year feeling lost, alone and not knowing what to do next.

Learn more about Nicole Majik and her business by visiting www.majikllc.com and follow her on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, and LinkedIn.

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