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Conversations with the Inspiring Nandi Camille

Today we’d like to introduce you to Nandi Camille.

Nandi, can you briefly walk us through your story – how you started and how you got to where you are today.
Years ago, after terrible heartbreak and my parent’s divorce (which as it turns out, is hard at any age), I was an absolute wreck. I overcompensated by saying yes to every opportunity presented to me, working three jobs all while earning my degree as a full-time student in college. My grades fell dramatically and I risked getting kicked out of University. I was miserable, depressed, anxious, having panic attacks more often then anyone should and felt truly hopeless.

At some point in all of the mess, I realized that I had to make a choice. Either I was going to flounder and throw my future away, give up… or I was going to make a change and find my happy again. Find me. Under the yuck and despair, I knew joy was buried deep down.

It is since then that I have fallen in love, head over heels, with self-care, with the pursuit of personal happiness, with wellness, with God, and with coaching. I feel called to share what I have learned and continued to learn with others through coaching. I aim to be a friend in the process of self-healing and re-discovery, listening deeply to what it is your soul is crying out for and helping you to identify how to get you from where you are now, to where your spirit longs to be. And guess what, I used both a coach and a therapist in my own journey, now, it’s my turn to give back to you.

Has it been a smooth road?
Whose road is completely smooth? Life is life is life! Whether you make $30,000 or $300,000, life will happily throw you curve balls. Starting on my entrepreneurial journey, I truly thought I would be able to get all the clients I needed to leave my full-time job in six months flat. I had no background in business, or running a coaching business for that matter – I just figured it would magically come together overnight. Turns out, building a business takes time, consistency, continued effort and patience. We also have to stop seeing every hiccup as a failure and instead view it as another chance to learn and grow. Make peace with the process, confide in others who are going to both cheers you on and hold you accountable. Don’t compare yourself to others. Use people you admire to help guide you, instead of making you feel behind. You are perfectly on time, just keep going. Do your research, never stop learning and don’t forget to have fun while you are at it.

Please tell us more about your work, what you are currently focused on and most proud of.
I specialize in bringing women back into alignment, but what exactly does that mean?

Ever feel “meh”? Out of whack? Discontent and don’t know why? This my friend, is being out of alignment. What I want to do with you is ask you some questions and have some really inspired conversations about the things you are doing and the thoughts you are thinking that might be holding you back from feeling more joyful, connected and excited about your personal mission. Then, I want to take it a step further with you and invite God/The Universe in a little bit more.

As women with dreams, we are really good at hustling. We enjoy the hustle and the hard work we get to put in because our businesses, families, and communities are our babies… but let me ask you something- how much are you letting God/The Universe intervene?

It’s a funny thing, to wrap our minds around hustling hard and yet letting God do His/Her/It’s a thing.

I want to help you learn how to dream big, work hard, and stay inspired all while giving your dreams up to the Creator. Trust me, it sounds a bit terrifying, but the goal is to bring about the most beautiful inner peace you have ever experienced as a boss babe.

This isn’t about praying hard, believing hard and letting it all go – seeing what happens. This is about changing the way we think, behave, and believe in order to bring about our absolute bravest, most vulnerable, powerful and joyful selves. At home, in our businesses, and in the world.

Do you have a lesson or advice you’d like to share with young women just starting out?
Don’t stop serving others and having fun.

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