“Personal development is the belief that you are worth the effort, time and energy needed to develop yourself.” ―Denis Waitley
"Once I did your course, 2 weeks later I started working out of current business associate's shop. I discovered my "Why", did extensive research and really started understanding my customer base. Once I understood the customer need, I then expanded my services. I was paying attention, taking notes, visualizing. I wasn't wasting time. I learned my lesson the hard way. I paid $500 for some b.s. mentorship thing with a popular influencer similar to your masterclass, but nowhere near the value. Keep doing what you're doing."
SARAH VEGA, LUJO TOOTH POLISH, FOUNDER
"Welcome to Heartbreak is a memoir that depicts unabashedly, through poetry and prose, the author's experiences from her childhood in Brooklyn, to her transformation as a healed/whole woman. In this memoir we are able to experience the hurt and the healing, the pain and the peace that she undergoes. She candidly shares key events in her life that altered her perception of others and herself; how she was betrayed by friends, how she lost close family members, and even her faith. Yet, amid all of the heartache and heartbreaks, she recounts how there were significant individuals, like her parents and sister, who loved her unconditionally and provided the necessary support during the times of crisis and despair to continue to strive and pursue her dreams, and how through a renewed faith in herself, she was able to rise above the disappointments and disillusionment. She triumphantly declares how her experiences have been the catalyst in propelling her to be the whole woman that she is today. There are no regrets. There is no bitterness. She's learned to forgive herself and others. I highly recommend this inspirational collection of poetry and prose pieces."
ZACARIAS RIVERA, NYC EDUCATOR (Official Amazon Review)
"Nancy is awesome! When I used to be on social media (Twitter, IG) she became my buddy. Her book Welcome To Heartbreak literally got me reading books again. Onto Live On Purpose, this book is very personal for me. I'm in my early/mid 30's & have always been a hard worker & on my grind, but the reality started to hit me that I was capped out at a dead end job with limited education beyond High School & very unhappy with a lack of direction & purpose within myself. I realized that I had ignored my passions & had really settled for just having a job & income rather than focusing on the big picture of my personal happiness, fulfillment & freedom! I picked this book up & it immediately resonated with both my mind & my soul. I love how blunt & honest the presentation of this book is because it really forces you to take the time to ask yourself the honest questions needed for personal growth. She formatted the book wonderfully with the free personal writing forum at the end of every section which allows you to start piecing everything together so you can find your way. I'm almost finished with the book & plan on revisiting it again once I'm completed. The biggest takeaway is her opening statement before Section 1. "It's never too late to live the life you've always wanted". We get so caught up in our Fears, Worries and Reflecting on mistakes & misuse of previous time that we don't realize that all of those things are mere roadblocks to getting where we want to go. Whatever you did or didn't do in your past doesn't mean you can't revitalize your life. It really is mind over matter & focusing your energy on the things that make you feel great, empowered & enabled to be great. Don't ever be afraid to be yourself, take risks, channel your true passions & highlight your gifts & inner brilliance."
@WCLSmooth, Official Amazon Review